“As Human Resource (HR) and Risk Management (RM) professionals struggle to manage employee absence, the discussion quickly shifts to outcomes, return to work, savings and return on investment. While all very important topics, those measures include a very important data point that is sometimes overlooked – a sick, disabled employee.”
This powerful statement comes from the opening segment of a new article co-authored by Spring Partner Teri Weber along with Jennifer Kurtz and Jennifer Nash-Wright, both of Behavioral Medical Interventions. In the piece, titled “Behavioral Health Claims: Finding the Right Referral,” the three experts detail both peer reviews and independent medical exams (IMEs) and how to identify which referral is appropriate when.
To download this very informative piece, please click on the link below. Of course, if you have any follow-up questions to the advice offered in this piece, please do not hesitate to contact our team. And we will be happy to assist.
Download article here: Behavioral Health Claims: Finding the Right Referral
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