Our goal for our Workers’ Compensation Program is to enable injured workers to recover from their injuries and return to work as soon as possible. We work closely with claims professionals and physicians to ensure that we refer the most appropriate care provider to meet the needs of the injured worker. All care providers we refer are current with Workers’ Compensation medical issues, and will work to promote the best possible outcomes for patients, as well as tangible savings for employers and insurers.
We are equipped to help individuals that require care for a variety of Worker’s Compensation cases, including catastrophic losses such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, burns, stroke and/or other significant traumas.
In addition to ensuring the best possible fit between the injured worker and the referred care provider, we also provide regular patient progress reports as required by the stakeholders, helping all stakeholders to efficiently manage the needs of the injured worker.
We refer a diverse group of well-trained, experienced, certified, care providers that can offer fluency in English, Spanish, Creole, or French.
Our Worker’s Compensation Networks include, but are not limited to:
Cypress Care / Health Care Solutions
Evolutions Healthcare Systems
EZ Comp (Worker's Health)
Integrated Health Plans
Intragroup Disability Management
QRS Managed Care Service
Please contact us if your Network is not listed above and we can help determine eligibility. Contact us today to request more information, we respond quickly to requests for Worker’s Compensation cases.
Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are committed to helping patients make good decisions about their care by providing them with treatment, instruction, and critical thinking about their condition. RNs and LPNs can be referred to meet your personal care or senior home health care needs, to manage medications, or to provide skilled care ordered by a doctor. The RN referred to you will conduct an initial evaluation at the start of service to ensure quality of care, and then set up a medical plan-of-treatment for the family, client, and any additional caregivers to follow.
RNs and LPNs can perform any regularly offered
service in addition to the senior home health care services listed
Documentation of a Medical Plan of Treatment for In-Home Skilled Care (RN only)
Assessment, Evaluation, and Documentation of an Activities of Daily Living Plan of Care (RN only)
Regularly report to client’s Physician
Evaluation of client's physical and emotional status - (Any licensed care provider)
Evaluation on client's family and household to determine how they can cope and care for their loved one
Carry out Physician's medical plan of treatment (Both RN and LPN) which may include but not be limited to:
If you are a veteran, you might qualify for Veterans Aid and Attendance programs that can help pay for in-home care services. This program is 100 percent funded by the Federal Government, meaning our services are provided at no out-of-pocket cost to the eligible veteran and their spouse. We can help you determine if you qualify, and we work with VeteranCare to assist throughout the entire application process.
Any of our services are available to eligible veterans, including:
In-home care services are largely provided through private payment; however, long term care insurance (LTC) might provide some coverage. LTC insurance helps pay for costs that private medical insurance does not cover, and it minimizes the financial impact of long-term healthcare needs. In general, LTC insurance covers the cost of home care, assisted living, adult daycare, respite care, hospice care, nursing homes, and Alzheimer’s care facilities.
We accept many long term care insurance policies, including: