Dave Torrence Gives His Perspective on the Benefits of Bringing Technology, Clinical and Networks Together
June 27, 2022
Bringing the three leading entities together under Enlyte has allowed us to boast the industry’s most unique collection of data. We have pulled this information together to offer a much more holistic view of what is going on across multiple business segments. Ultimately, that is what makes us special and brings value to our clients.
Unlocking Value Across Market Segments Using a Holistic View
May 3, 2022
One of the biggest highlights of 2021 for the Mitchell, Genex and Coventry family of businesses was uniting under one unified brand – Enlyte. While our three companies have worked together for years, the unification of the brands has encouraged even more connectivity throughout the organization. It is this collaboration, between clinical, networks and technology, that is so valuable to what we do across the entire claim’s continuum. A few of our experts shared their thoughts on how a holistic, unified point of view helps improve outcomes for customers and claimants.
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Examining High-Impact Drug Class Trends
September 21, 2022
As part of our supplemental podcast series to Mitchell’s Drug Trends Report, we’ve brough back Nikki Wilson, PharmD, MBA, Senior Director, Mitchell Clinical Pharmacy Solutions, to discuss aggregate trends, specifically highlighting so-called high-impact drug classes.
IME: A Tool for Effective Claim Management
September 20, 2022
Independent Medical Examinations can play a critical role in helping adjusters in the claims management process, specifically when it comes to evaluating treatment and return to work.
Measuring the Impact of Case Management
September 6, 2022
Since the birth of case management in the workers' compensation industry, payers and employers have struggled to quantify the impact that case management has on a claim.
Independence Through Home Modification
August 22, 2022
When an employee sustains a significant injury which requires inpatient care and rehabilitation, going home is often the first major goal of recovery. But the comforts of home may not be so comforting if the person requires a wheelchair or other assistive devices to get around. On today’s Inside Workers’ Comp, we talk with Nicole Usher of Apricus who explains how home modifications can make an injured employee’s house home sweet home again.
How the Inflation Reduction Act could affect workers' comp
August 18, 2022
Health care provisions in the act could carry indirect benefits or damages. Review two possible scenarios.