Integrated Medical Case Solutions (Ascellus Group), the leading provider of work-related trauma prevention and treatment with a proven track record of transforming workers’ compensation cases with notable success in early return-to-work outcomes, is attending the 2020 WCRI conference in Boston, Massachusetts, March 5 – 6.
WCRI, the Annual Issues and Research Conference, is the leading workers’ compensation forum in the nation. Attendees will learn about the latest research and trends in the workers’ compensation sector, have in-depth conversations about key issues, gain invaluable insights and engage in optimal networking opportunities. With over 100 companies attending, the two-day conference will present the diverse perspectives of workers’ compensation experts from across the United States.
This year’s theme, Gaining Clarity through Research, will include session topics on Generational Differences and Stereotypes in the Workplace; How Injuries, Claims and Outcomes Change with Age; Alternatives for Opioids for Pain Management; Business Cycles and Their Impact on Workers’ Compensation; Readmission and Reoperation Rates among Workers’ Compensation Patients; Prioritizing Mental Health for Workers Injured on the Job and more.
We’re thrilled to attend and can’t wait to implement the knowledge we gain. If you’ll be there, reach out to us on LinkedIn or email email@example.com so we can grab coffee and discuss what we’re learning. Additional information about the conference can be found here.
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Ascellus – Integrated Medical Case Solutions – is the premier behavioral medicine network for pain and trauma response with evidence-based outcomes and a proven track record for transforming workers’ compensation cases. Ascellus makes intervention efficient with a national network of 1,500+ psychologists and psychiatrists in all 50 states.
Ascellus bridges the gap between mental and physical health to accelerate recovery for our nation's workforce. By connecting the workers' compensation industry with our expert behavioral care and evidence-based treatments, we deliver high-quality outcomes, helping injured workers reemerge with increased strength, purpose and resilience in the workplace.