Claims Automation: Separating Fact From Fiction
January 17, 20237 MIN READ
As an industry, we are just beginning to reconcile initial expectations with the current state of claims automation. So what better time to evaluate our progress and the road ahead?
Ask The Pharmacist: Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs
January 13, 20233 MIN READ
Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs) are electronic databases designed to track and monitor controlled substance dispensing. These databases are run at the state level, and the main intent of such programs is to screen for suspected drug diversion (i.e., using drugs for illegal purposes such as selling prescribed medications for profit) and abuse.
If Over-the-Counter Meds Are Prolonging Pain, What Does This Mean for Workers’ Comp?
January 10, 2023
Is it time to change our relationship to NSAIDs, like Advil? What are the alternatives?
View From The Top: Alex Sun
January 3, 2023
Alex Sun took the helm as CEO of San Diego-based Enlyte LLC in 2021, when it was formed through the merger of three companies in the workers compensation sector: Coventry Workers Comp Services, Genex Services LLC and Mitchell International Inc.
Ask The Pharmacist: Seizure Drugs for Pain Management
December 21, 20223 MIN READ
Opioids are often prescribed for moderate-to-severe pain, and while opioids can be highly effective medications, they can also be associated with negative effects including the potential for abuse and addiction.
2022 Midterm Elections – Takeaways That Will Impact Comp and Auto in 2023
December 15, 2022
It’s been a month since the midterm elections, and while most Americans, except for Georgians, enjoyed a break from political ads, it took a little longer for every vote to be counted to determine the balance of power at the state and federal levels. Back then, Enlyte regulatory experts offered their insight on how the immediate election results may impact our industries. Be sure to check out that interview in the 2022 Enlytened Trends Report.
The Mental Side of an Injured Worker’s Recovery
December 14, 2022
Studies show psychological risk factors can explain as much as a 35%-40% variation in how a person responds to an injury or illness.
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