Once an employee goes off-site for treatment you need YOUR MEDICAL PEOPLE to guide and police the off-site medical providers.

Skilled medical intervention and careful oversight can prevent off-site medicals from becoming recordable and/or lost time injuries.

Medical provider panels for any locale including specialty providers based on established fair practices criteria.


Injury guidance by phone including assistance in determining validity and severity for off-site medical intervention.


Scheduling and pre-visit calls to providers to emphasize priority and oversight and to set appointments.


Post-visit calls to providers to ensure compliance with medical best practices and proper documentation.


Diagnosis and paperwork reviews and evaluations.

Compensable Injuries

Are Not Always

OSHA Recordable

*Fee For Service*

Experienced Occupational

Health Nurse Case Managers

Physicians and Clinics

That Agree to Treat Fairly and Communicate Openly

Treatment, Diagnosis, and Restrictions Measured Against Benchmarks

Employee Follow-Ups To Ensure Compliance

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