Winter 2021/2022

This edition of RxInformer focuses on long-term ripple effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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State of the States

Sandy Shtab, Healthesystems AVP of Advocacy and Compliance, comments on regulatory activity across the country.

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Workplace Trends

Out of Balance: Workforce Gender Disparities and What They Mean for Workers’ Comp

Adverse effects of the pandemic on women, the workforce, and workers' comp

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Claim Complexities

The Long Haul: Chronic Health Complications of COVID-19

Those previously infected by coronavirus may face long-term health complications, potentially complicating workers' comp claims

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Workplace Trends

Classification Complications: Will Gig Workers Enter the Workers’ Comp Market?

Legislation could reclassify gig workers as employees, which could entitle them to benefits

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Pain Management

Ask a Clinician: What Is the Difference Between Physical and Occupational Therapies?

Healthe's clinicians tackle common workers' comp questions

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Workplace Trends

Sickness and Society: The Future of Infectious Disease in the Workplace

Strategies for a safer, healthier workface amid COVID-19 and beyond.

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Stepping Up to Take on Pandemic Ripple Effects

A message from the Chief Executive Officer

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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.