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Top Ten Mistakes to Screw Up Your Workers' Compensation Case

So many workers’ compensation cases lose value because the injured workers themselves sabotage their own claims. In order to help you avoid sabotaging your own workers’ compensation claim, here are the top 10 worst screwups when seeking workers’ comp benefits. 10. DON’T ATTEND MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS When you don’t go to the doctor your attorney selects for you,…

If You Had Injury at Work You Must Seek Medical Treatment.

In this article, you will learn how, where and when, to obtain medical treatment in your injury at work case. In case you experience an accident or injury at work which may be covered by workers’ compensation, it is crucial that you take the proper steps when searching for medical therapy. Obtaining appropriate health care…

New York Workers’ Compensation Board

The Chair proposed the adoption of Part 441 of 12 NYCRR to establish a New York Workers’ Compensation Board New Drug Formulary Rules that includes high-quality and cost-effective preauthorized medication. Subchapter M of Chapter V of Title 12 of NYCRR is amended to add a new Part 441 as follows: 441 New York Workers’ Compensation Board drug…

claim after injury at work

 Reducing Workplace Injuries How to make a claim after injury at work?  An injury at work is serious business to the person who gets injured but also for the company where it occurs. After any worker’s compensation claim, regulatory authorities may come in and inspect a business for safety concerns and issue fines if deemed…

Free Prescription medicines for Injured Workers

Will you be able to get free prescription medicines filled if you were injured on the job under the new Workers’ Compensation Law? As of July 11, 2007, the law specifically authorizes pharmacies to direct bill the insurance carrier and requires the insurance carrier to pay for the prescription or reimburse the employee injured on the…

  Workers’ comp carriers saved an average 11 percent in their pharmacy costs in 2016, driven by a 13.3 percent reduction in opioid cost, according to an annual survey by pharmacy benefit manager CompPharma. CompPharma’s 14th analyzed pharmacy cost data from 2016 of 23 workers’ compensation insurance carriers, third-party administrators, self-insured employers and state funds. PBMs’…

To manage chronic pain and get the best possible outcomes for the payer and the injured worker, employ a holistic, start-to-finish process. By: IPS | August 3, 2015, 5 min read   Chronic, intractable pain within workers’ compensation is a serious problem. The National Center for Biotechnology Information, part of the National Institutes of Health, reports that when chronic…

German Lopez Published 10:10 AM ET Thu, 10 Aug 2017 Vox   It is impossible to talk about the causes of the opioid epidemic without pointing to the manufacturers and distributors that marketed and proliferated these dangerous pills. Yet over the past several years, these multibillion-dollar companies have avoided much in the way of serious…

Analgesic Efficacy and Transdermal Penetration of Topical Gabapentin Creams: Finding an Optimal Dose and Pre-treatment Time Author(s):  Heustess Allie,Spigener Shuler,Sweitzer Sarah,Romero-Sandoval Alfonso,Asbill Scott Issue:  Mar/Apr 2015 – Volume 19, Number 2 View All Articles in Issue Abstract:  Many patients with chronic neuropathic pain continue to suffer despite traditional pharmacotherapy. As a result, pharmacists commonly compound gabapentin into creams,…

Evaluation of the Percutaneous Absorption of Ketamine HCl, Gabapentin, Clonidine HCl, and Baclofen, in Compounded Transdermal Pain Formulations, Using the Franz Finite Dose Model. Abstract OBJECTIVE This study evaluates the ability of four commonly used analgesics (ketamine HCl, gabapentin, clonidine HCl, and baclofen), when incorporated into two transdermal compounding bases, Lipoderm and Lipoderm ActiveMax, to…

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