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October 09, 2020
Suzie Burdette, R.N., B.S.N, C.C.M.
VP Clinical Operations, Field Case Management
What companies need to know about nurse case managers

Regardless of how seriously a company takes workplace safety, accidents and injuries are bound to happen from time to time. When complex injuries occur, injured employees often need the support of someone to explain medical procedures, help develop c…

October 09, 2020 by Suzie Burdette, R.N., B.S.N, C.C.M. , VP Clinical Operations, Field Case Management
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August 04, 2018
Cynthia Malito and Polly Pondel
Case Management Specialists, Clinical, Sedgwick
Real-life examples: Surgery nurse services are providing long-lasting benefits for patients

Rita, a 48-year-old patient, was preparing for outpatient surgery when surgery nurse, Paula, was assigned to support her case. Paula learned during their initial discussion that Rita had a heart attack at age 44, which raised concerns – pre-op cardia…

August 04, 2018 by Cynthia Malito and Polly Pondel, Case Management Specialists, Clinical, Sedgwick
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July 28, 2016
Mark Debus, Clinical Behavioral Health Specialist
Behavioral health can change "trying" to "doing"!

We see the benefits of behavioral health interventions to get people back to work after a workers’ compensation injury.  Frequently, though, it is has become a valuable service for helping people stay at work after an injury.  Consequence…

July 28, 2016 by Mark Debus, Clinical Behavioral Health Specialist
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November 23, 2015
Mark Debus, Clinical Behavioral Health Specialist
Behavioral health prevention vs. intervention in dealing with addiction

The idea of identifying and addressing risk factors for addiction as a means of prevention is not groundbreaking; this concept has existed since at least the 1970s. Unfortunately, there has not been much application of this concept to workers’ comp…

November 23, 2015 by Mark Debus, Clinical Behavioral Health Specialist
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