Diet Drugs Trend Unlikely to Make it to Comp
May 19, 2023
While obesity is considered one of the top comorbidities among injured workers that can impede their recovery, and insurers and employers have funded weight loss surgeries, the WC industry is unlikely to cover increasingly popular and less-invasive weight loss pills, experts say.
Comp claims tangled by pot laws
May 10, 2023
Managing workers compensation claims that involve the use of medical marijuana as an injury treatment protocol is so novel that employers and insurers remain confused over how to handle the claims.
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 Releases Part 1 of Annual Pharmacy Solutions Drug Trends Report
April 26, 2023
Efforts to curtail overprescribing of opioids are seemingly having a positive impact in workers’ comp, while increases in costly topical and migraine medications are driving pharmacy spend.
Digital Health Apps Are the Wild West. Here’s How to Saddle Up With the Right ‘Pardner’
April 25, 2023
Experts in the medical and pharmaceutical management spaces have studied the issue of health care apps as the number of them have grown, and learned that the more specific an app is, the better.
Managing the Labor Challenge: Clinical Services
April 17, 2023
Clinical’s role in managing the labor crisis
Ask The Pharmacist: Pharmacokinetic Changes that Occur in Older Adults
April 4, 2023
Understanding of age-altered pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic processes can assist in medication selection, as well as dosing adjustments for older patients that can avoid unexpected medication reactions and effects.