With expert insights from Albertsons Companies, Daimler Trucks and The Hartford, Risk & Insurance reports on what makes claims organizations successful according to Rising’s 2016 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study results.
Nov 16, 2016 — Chicago, IL — For the first time in its four year history, the annual Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study identifies which claims best practices are generating better outcomes. Findings from the just published 2016 study reflect results from a nationwide survey of 492 claims leaders who report on methods that drive success in their organizations.
Data management is transforming the workers’ compensation industry and improving claim outcomes. Rising CCO and VP of Care Management Anne Kirby discusses how with other industry experts from Liberty Mutual, Travelers, Accident Fund, and more.
October 25, 2016 – Chicago, IL – Experts from the fourth annual Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study will share 2016 results, including which best practices are proving to be clear differentiators amongst claims organizations, at a free webinar on Wednesday, November 2, 2016, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EST.
October 12, 2016 – Chicago, IL – Industry leaders agree that transitioning to value-based care from fee-for-service reimbursement will benefit workers’ compensation by tying medical provider payments to patient outcomes. But widespread implementation of value-based models requires overcoming challenges unique to the industry.
The “overhead cost” to deliver workers’ comp benefits also clutters adjusting work. In her second installment on curbing ALAE, Rising CCO and VP of Care Management Anne Kirby illustrates – in detail – how claims organizations can use a lean strategy to migrate away from this enormous overhead burden.
America has become more productive by applying Lean Six Sigma principles to running businesses. Now we have evidence that a lean approach works in managing medical treatment for work injuries. Anne Kirby, Chief Compliance Officer & VP of Care Management, discusses this approach that stands conventional medical management on its head.
Bundled care programs – an alternative care model emphasizing quality over quantity – has gained significant adoption amongst Medicare and group health providers. Robert Evans, VP of Repricing Solutions, shares Rising’s experience as one of the first organizations to bring bundled arrangements to the workers’ comp market.
July 21, 2016 – Chicago, IL – Rising Medical Solutions is broadening its bundled payment, surgical program in the southeast with the addition of North Carolina and Georgia. The states join Florida, as well as New Jersey and Illinois in Rising’s Surgical Care Program (SCP) – one of the first value-based, bundled reimbursement programs in workers’ compensation that has provided all-inclusive case rates for orthopedic surgical procedures since 2013.
Compound prescription growth in workers’ compensation is a striking example of how the lack of consumer involvement can cause treatment to expand from reasonable to rampant care. In his Risk & Insurance Risk Insider column, Rising CEO Jason Beans outlines how state oversight and inroads from within claims payer and managed care organizations can help rein in compounding.