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Billing for Short Phone Consultations with Attorneys in Work Comp Cases

Dr. Lee’s pen hovered mid-note as her phone buzzed, shattering the focus of her patient consultation. It wasn’t the first time an unexpected call from a workers’ compensation attorney had disrupted her schedule, stealing precious minutes and leaving a trail of frustration. These interruptions weren’t just inconvenient; they ate away at her ability to deliver the best care to her patients.

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Telehealth in Occupational Medicine: Understanding Phone Consultations and Prolonged Services

Telehealth, through phone consultations and prolonged services, offers occupational health practitioners valuable tools for delivering timely, accessible, and comprehensive care to injured workers. By understanding billing guidelines, implementing efficient workflows, and adhering to best practices, practitioners can optimize the use of telehealth while maintaining high standards of patient care.

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Disrobing for Pre-Employment Physicals: When is it Necessary?

Occupational health professionals often navigate the balance between thorough examinations and patient privacy. A common question arises: when is disrobing necessary during pre-employment physicals? While some federally mandated exams have strict requirements, the approach for general pre-placement exams differs.

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Unlock the secrets to optimizing your occupational health program.

The NAOHP 2023 Occupational Health Benchmark Study delves into vital factors affecting service delivery. Covering compensation, quality, sales, marketing, and technology, it offers insights to enhance programs.