Specialized Services

We have you covered!! If you are an attorney, an adjuster, or an employer you should feel confident that if your need for services falls outside traditional workers compensation case management, we offer what you need. These services are provided by our advanced credentialed staff with certifications in CCM, CDMS or MRC. Most of our services are offered by Registered Nurses.

We are proud to offer the following specialized services:

  • Ergonomic Assessments
  • Life Care Plans
  • Legal Nurse Consulting
  • Patient Care Ombudsman

Ergonomic Assessments assist the employer in identifying workplace issues, solutions and injury prevention.

Life Care Plans are a tool for case management to assist in consultation with patients, families, rehabilitation professionals and catastrophic case managers. This is a process for evaluating the patient and disability in order to establish all the future needs dictated by the onset of the disability. This takes into consideration the medical records, the patient, family perspective, the treatment team, the clinical practice guidelines.

Legal Nurse Consulting provided by registered nurses who work with attorneys on medical-related legal cases. The nurse assists the attorney by helping them to analyze and understand medical records, terminology and other information. The type of cases might include personal injury, medical malpractice, product and nursing liability lawsuits, and criminal defense cases.

Patient Care Ombudsman refers to an individual appointed in healthcare bankruptcies filed under Chapters 7, 9 or 11 Bankruptcy Code to ensure the safety of patients. The ombudsman’s responsibility is to monitor the quality of patient care and to represent the interest of the patients of the healthcare debtor. S/he accomplishes this by interviewing the patients and physicians. Once the information is gathered it is reported in writing to the court. If the ombudsman determines the quality of patient care is declining or materially compromised, a motion shall be filed with the Court. The ombudsman is required to maintain patient information as confidential.