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Novel Migraine Agents: What is Their Place in Injured Worker Therapy?

While these drugs offer relief for migraine sufferers, what are the efficacy and cost considerations for injured workers?
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Ask a Clinician: What Do I need to Know About DME Trends?

Healthesystems clinicians tackle questions about Durable Medical Equipment (DME).
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NCCI Publishes Medical Cost Trends Report

Notable trends include a decrease in opioid utilization, generic substitution for Lyrica, and increased topical spend.

Jun 2024

Specialty Drugs to Watch in Workers’ Compensation: Infusibles and Injectables

Infusibles and injectables are among the costliest medications in the specialty drug category. What is their place in workers’ compensation?

Jun 2024

Child Labor Laws are Changing: How Could This Impact Workers’ Comp?

An increase in the teen workforce could impact workplace injury and claims management.

Jun 2024

New Jersey Proposes Worker Heat Protections, Continuing Recent Trend

As another state considers protections, WCRI publishes new data on heat’s impact on workplace accidents.

Jun 2024

More States Continue with PTSD Legislation

Oklahoma and Rhode Island enact new presumptions, with Georgia adding extra coverage.

Jun 2024

Maryland and Arizona Enact New Psychedelic Laws

A Maryland taskforce will plan regulation, while Arizona will tentatively cover MDMA treatment for first responders with PTSD.

Jun 2024

Positive Marijuana Screenings Increase – What More to Expect with Rescheduling?

New data from Quest Diagnostics 2024 Drug Testing Index, and industry leaders discuss how rescheduling will impact workers’ comp.

Jun 2024

Physician Dispensing Concerns in Workers’ Compensation

Physician dispensing represents an ongoing challenge for today’s workers’ comp payers – not only from a cost perspective, but from clinical and safety perspectives.

Jun 2024

Rezenopy Approved for Treatment of Opioid Overdose

A new naloxone nasal spray will soon be available.

May 2024

Triple Threat: Healthcare Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Workers’ Comp

Identifying and combating a multifaceted problem, including proven and developing strategies.

May 2024

WCRI Publishes 24th Edition of CompScope Benchmarks

A total of 14 different reports examine workers’ comp system performance across 17 states from 2017-2022.

May 2024

DEA to Reschedule Marijuana

While bureaucratic wheels may take time, marijuana will become a Schedule III drug soon.

May 2024

Maximizing Efficiency and Streamlining Claims Management Processes

Healthe’s VP of Clinical Services, Silvia Sacalis, will co-present this educational session at PRIMA 2024.

May 2024

Triple Threat: Healthcare Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Workers' Comp

A current look at fraud, waste and abuse in workers’ comp pharmacy and medical services with strategies for management, including next-generation strategies involving AI.

Summer 2024

Child Labor Laws Are Changing: How Could This Impact Workers’ Comp?

An increase in the teen workforce could impact workplace injury and claims management

Summer 2024

Weighing the Options: Keeping Track of New Obesity Drugs

Comorbid obesity can complicate recovery, and new drugs create new pharmacy considerations.

Summer 2024

Growing Pains: Key Pharmacy Considerations for Pain Management in Young Workers

Drugs regularly used to manage pain in adult populations may carry greater risks for teens

Summer 2024

Removing Barriers to Recovery: A Primer on Psychosocial Treatments for Injured Workers

Psychosocial factors impacting injured workers’ mental and behavioral health can be a barrier to recovery. But addressing any concerns early with the appropriate psychosocial treatments can positively affect a claim and health outcomes.

Summer 2024

Extreme Weather: How Climate Change Impacts Workers and Workers’ Compensation

While everyone is affected by climate change, it’s often those on the front lines who feel it the most – those who work outdoors, in hot indoor environments, or in emergency response.

Summer 2024

State of the Nation

A roundup of regulatory activity around the country

Summer 2024

Lot of Methocarbamol Recalled Due to White Particles

Patients taking this muscle relaxant may be impacted by a lot from Eugia US/AuroMedics Pharma.

Apr 2024

Cardiovascular Drug Approvals

As firefighters see more presumptions for heart disease, keeping track of heart medications could grow in importance.

Apr 2024

2024 Workers’ Comp Industry Insights Survey Report

Visit Healthe at RISKWORLD® 2024 at Booth #1833 for your copy or download a copy now.

Apr 2024

Rhode Island Proposes Worker Climate Protection

If enacted, Senate Bill 2900 would require worker protections from extreme heat and cold.

Apr 2024

More States Consider Cancer Presumptions for Firefighters

Different types of cancers are being added to pre-existing presumptions.

Apr 2024

Visit Healthesystems at RISKWORLD 2024

Pick up a copy of the new Summer 2024 edition of RxInformer magazine, and learn how Healthe is transforming healthcare.

Apr 2024

New Autoimmune Biosimilar Approved and Alzheimer’s Drug Goes Generic

Simlandi injection was approved for arthritic conditions, while Namzaric receives its first generic approval.

Mar 2024

Novel Migraine Agents: What is Their Place in Injured Worker Therapy?

As the market grows, it becomes necessary to understand efficacy, costs, and alternatives.

Mar 2024

CWCI Reports on Cumulative Trauma in Litigated Claims

Tenure more than age and other factors had a higher association with cumulative trauma claims.

Mar 2024

AI Utilization Review Bills Appear Across the Country

California, Georgia, New York, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania could start a national trend.

Mar 2024

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