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Social Determinants of Health and Workers' Compensation Claims Outcomes

Social Determinants of Health and Workers' Compensation Claims Outcomes

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Join Nancy Germond as she helps us to understand that workers' comp claims are more complicated than determining who got hurt, how bad, and when they can go back to work.

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Date Apr 23, 2020
Time 10:30am Pacific / 1:30pm Eastern
Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats Live
Instructor Nancy GermondNancy Germond

Increasingly, workers' comp payments are being influenced by the social determinants of health of the injured workers. What healthy habits do the workers have? What healthy relationships do they have? Are they supported both at work and at home?

These, and other determinants, can greatly impact the final payments on a workers' comp claim.

With Medicare’s increasing focus on the social determinants of health (SDoH), how can workers’ compensation carriers benefit from the impacts of implementing a SDoH approach to managing the injured worker?

This inventive webinar will include the following objectives.

  • Recognize the SDoH categories, including nutrition, culture, community support and other determinants.
  • Review the steps undertaken by Medicare to improve SDoH factors
  • Discover how workers compensation carriers and third-party administrators can benefit from implementation of these trends.
  • Apply the SDoH model in claims intake and ongoing case management
$129.00
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