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Workers' Comp Article

Ask The Pharmacist: Drug Allergies Versus Side Effects in Workers’ Comp

June 2, 2023

True medication allergies are rarer than side effects, but are potentially more dangerous, and are a result of the activation and response of the body’s immune system to an “insult” or “foreign body.” Allergies occur across a range of severities, from mild to life-threatening, and often only occur on the second exposure to the drug, food or substance that triggers it.

Business Insurance Article

High-Cost Topical Pain Meds Continue to Plague Comp

June 1, 2023

Pegged as a problem by the workers compensation industry nearly a decade ago, dermatological creams are increasingly being prescribed at a disproportionate cost to manage soft-tissue injuries, acco

Workers' Comp Podcast

ePay: A Simple Solution to Improve Claims Efficiency

May 23, 2023

Workers' Comp Article

Ask The Pharmacist: Exploring Drug Market Exclusivity and Generic Availability

May 8, 2023

When drugs are first introduced, they are made available as brand name only for differing lengths of time depending on the particular drug. Individuals often want to know when a generic will be released for the brand name medications to hopefully reduce the price of the medication. To better understand this, it is important to first know the process behind bringing a new drug to market.

Workers' Comp White Paper

ePay The Smart Way to Pay

May 3, 2023

Digital provider payment processing: the no-brainer way to pay

WorkCompWire Article

The Check is in the Mail… Or is it?

May 2, 2023

Electronic payment processing is one area where available efficiency gains still remain largely untapped

enlyte Case Study

How One Insurance Carrier Reduced Costs to Pay Medical Bills By 92%

April 27, 2023

A large insurance carrier reduced paper payment processing costs by 92%