The one webinar that shows you what an aggressive permanently restricted
return-to-work program looks like.
What’s the difference between an exceptionally successful permanently restricted return-to-work program and all others? In this Workfinders USA seminar, you’ll discover best practices essential to know about when exploring options to save money on workers' compensation claims while providing your injured workers with a first-rate return-to-work program.
In this complimentary, one-hour, information-packed webinar, you’ll learn:
- The dual goals of an optimized return-to-work program
- What a cost-saving strategy on a claim involving potential benefits paid while an injured worker is sidelined for 250-500 weeks should look like
- How to close claims favorably when RTW is an impossibility
- A visual of a claim flow designed to achieve cost savings
- The optimized RTW assessment
- Why job sourcing is the most important aspect of RTW
- What you should know about aggressive job sourcing
- What a job lead letter to an injured worker should contain
- The percentage of claimants that have historically been compliant vs non-compliant
- Common examples and drivers of non-compliance – plus a key strategy when RTW is found to be an impossibility
- How to provide the best documentation possible
- RTW strategies that increase
- The difference between an aggressive and passive RTW program/vendor
- A look at favorable and unfavorable jurisdictions for permanently restricted RTW claims
- Examples of favorable claim outcomes
Plus: You’ll receive a brief overview of the advantages of the Workfinders USA transitional RTW program.
Who should attend this complimentary webinar:
- Risk Managers
- Workers’ Compensation Managers, Supervisors, and Adjusters
- Safety Managers
- Nurse Case Managers
- Human Resources
- Anyone handling Workers’ Compensation claims for employers, carriers, law firms, self-insureds, and TPAs
If you need a strategic solution to constantly rising costs, you won’t want to miss this invaluable complimentary event.