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October 25, 2016
Abby McBroom, Complex Pharmacy Management Nurse
The road to success has many obstacles

Risk managers should always be aware of injured worker opioid use across their open claims and make sure that there is persistent clinician involvement with prescribers. I am a complex pharmacy management nurse for Sedgwick. I want to share one of…

October 25, 2016 by Abby McBroom, Complex Pharmacy Management Nurse
October 13, 2015
April Clemens, Business Relationship Manager-PL
Transparency and pharmaceutical drug samples

Kathy Shostek, Vice President Healthcare Risk Management contributed a recent post about the management of drug samples in physician offices. The blog outlined the need for strategies for documentation and management of drug samples for reducing ri…

October 13, 2015 by April Clemens, Business Relationship Manager-PL
August 16, 2015
Kimberly George
Global head of product development and innovation
Telehealth: A new era has arrived

I am very excited about our Center for Excellence session, “Evolving Healthcare Models and Workers’ Compensation Opportunities" on August 26th at the Workers’ Compensation and Education Conference. We have a great panel that will share how digital …

August 16, 2015 by Kimberly George, Global head of product development and innovation
July 30, 2015
Dr. Teresa Bartlett
Senior Medical Officer
Why are doctors resistant to change?

I am looking forward to the 2015 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference in Orlando. I will be moderating The Center for Excellence – The Study of Medical Cost Drivers in Workers’ Compensation panel titled, “Managing prescription drugs and power…

July 30, 2015 by Dr. Teresa Bartlett, Senior Medical Officer
August 12, 2014
Kathleen Shostek
VP Healthcare Risk Management
Pediatric safety strategies in the emergency department

Providing safe care to children and avoiding liability is a top concern for most emergency department (ED) providers and facilities. ED use by children under age six is frequent, accounting for more than 30 million encounters and 24 percent of annu…

August 12, 2014 by Kathleen Shostek, VP Healthcare Risk Management
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