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Integrated Medical/Disability Management Program

GSG’s Integrated Medical/Disability Management Program blends early medical intervention and transitional task management for occupational and non-occupational injury and/or illness.

GSG Registered Nurses:

  • Provide seamless communication between all medical providers of care, the insurance company or TPA, the employee and legal (when necessary), while maintaining compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Are placed at the client site when desired. This allows for immediate medical and disability intervention.
  • Establish their own case files on all lost time, restricted ability and ongoing treatment claims, both occupational and non-occupational.
  • Work closely with employers to match employees and their work restrictions to transitional tasks. All medical progress is followed as the employee advances to full work duties for optimal return to work outcome.
  • Collect data on each case with quarterly savings and outcome reports for each client.
  • Address ergonomic issues related to return to work (RTW) and refer to safety (or other applicable departments) for follow-up.
  • Evaluate and assess providers of care for appropriateness of treatment patterns.
  • Assist the employer in selection of clinics and also in training, education and orientation programs of physicians working at clinics, Health Care Organizations, Preferred Provider Organizations of our program.
  • Reduces the overall costs of the employer's Workers’ Compensation, health and disability programs while assuring the most appropriate and effective treatment.
  • Reduces lost time and increases productivity and profit (lower cost of temporarily replacing ill/injured employees). Employees are happier and healthier with the benefit of a registered nurse to manage their cases.
  • Proactive medical and absence management of both occupational and non-occupational injuries at the client premises when feasible, while maintaining compliance with applicable law and regulations.
  • Data collection identifying injury and illness trends with regard to types of injuries/illness, location, employee characteristics, which allows targeting of areas for injury prevention and loss reduction.
  • At the first notice of injury/illness the employee gets the appropriate care, from the appropriate provider at the appropriate time and safely returns to the workplace at the earliest appropriate time.
  • Helps to ensure ADA, OSHA and other applicable regulatory compliance.

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