Summer 2018

This edition of RxInformer focuses on the changing workforce, diving into the unique needs of unique populations.


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Policy

State of the States

A roundup of regulatory activity around the country

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Stats

By the Numbers

A collection of workers’ compensation facts and figures

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Pain Management

Claims Q&A: Hyaluronic Acid Injections: What is Their Place in Work Comp Claims?

Our clinicians answer common questions from claims professionals

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Medication Management

Occupational Illness and Drug Therapy

Workplace risk factors can lead to complex diseases that require unique drug therapy

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Medication Management

Perspectives: Value in Workers’ Comp Shouldn't have to Wait

Industry thought leaders share their insights

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Medication Management

Valuable Assets: Appreciation and Care Considerations for Older Workers

Employees aged 55+ bring positive traits to the workforce and some unique care considerations

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Medication Management

Mark of the Millennial: Managed Care for a New Generation

Millennial workers bring differentiated beliefs to healthcare vs previous generations

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Policy

The Growing Gig Economy: Questions of Compensation

Rapid growth in short-term or temporary “gig” work raises questions about employee benefits

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Medication Management

Be Together. Not the Same.

A message from the Chief Medical Officer

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RxInformer

Since 2010, the semi-annual RxInformer clinical journal has been a trusted source of timely information and guidance for workers’ comp payers on how best to manage the care of injured worker claimants and plan for the challenges that lay ahead. The publication is an important part of Healthesystems’ proactive approach to advocating for quality care of injured workers while managing the costs associated with treatment.
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