As a human resources professional in today’s world you are probably wearing a lot of hats and juggling a lot of balls. One of your objectives is likely reducing the number, cost and duration of employee injuries. Workers’ compensation and its medical system is very complex and frustrating. Have you ever felt that injured employees either got lost in the system, or could have experienced far better care and recovery? Many HR professionals feel the system is unmanageable and that there is not much they can do to get better results. Let’s assume you could reduce your frustration and headaches, streamline your process, effectively integrate your team, and ultimately help injured employees get back to productivity and full recovery as soon as possible. In addition, this would allow you to spend more of your time and talents working at your highest level and having the greatest impact for your company on the projects that are most personally rewarding to you. It is likely that you want the right people making the right decisions at the right time. Those people may include employees and supervisors, worker’s compensating adjusters and nurse case managers, doctors and clinicians, sometimes even lawyers and judges, and the cast of characters just goes on. All of these are real people who, given the right information at the right time, for the most part, want to make good decisions that will have a positive impact. The problem is getting them in all concerts.

Do you want better coordination of all the people in this system? Do you want greater results, reduced frustration and improved outcomes? Do you want to free up your time to work at your highest level and focus on projects most personally rewarding to you? Then let’s have a conversation.