Handbook of Work Disability
Comprehensively addresses the developing field of Work Disability Prevention. Offers current theory for understanding the determinants of work disability (regardless of illness or injury that keeps individuals from the workplace), and a template for interventions that benefit both the patient and other stakeholders. Experts across multiple fields examine the lives of work disabled patients, analyze the societal and workplace burden of work disability, and review bedrock concepts of the disability and its prevention.
Publication Date 2013 Format Softcover, 513 pages with index Product Code 39026
The Guides Casebook, Third Edition,
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The Guides Casebook, third edition, is designed for use with the recently published Guides to Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, Sixth Edition. Published as a learning tool to correctly apply the principles of the Guides, 6th edition, the featured cases offer an opportunity for experienced evaluators to refine their skills and compare their approaches with those of the authors - all experts in the field of impairment evaluation.
Publication Date 2008 Format Softcover, 400 pages Product Code 50014
Master the AMA Guides, Fifth Edition
Master the AMA Guides, Fifth Edition, is the indispensable companion to the new Guides Fifth. Written by seasoned medical and legal experts, it provides not only a summary of the new Guides Fifth, but also a detailed analysis of complex cases, making it useful for both the occasional user of the Guides and the expert evaluator.
Publication Date 2001 Format Softcover, 401 pages Product Code 50007
A Medical-Legal Companion to the AMA Guides Fifth
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Presents an objective analysis of the AMA Guides (fifth edition) and the background information necessary to understand its medical and legal complexities. Written for physicians, attorneys, judges, and claims professionals to enhance understanding of impairment evaluation through expert analysis of medical measurement techniques and concepts, and legal terminology and principles.
Publication Date 2011 Format Softcover, 410 pages Product Code 50017
Transition to the AMA Guides Sixth
This supplemental publication to the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, Sixth Edition (our item number 50012) is designed to assist users of the fifth edition transition to using the sixth edition of the Guides. Ideal for physicians, attorneys, insurers and policy makers.
Publication Date 2010 Format Softcover, 429 pages Product Code 50016
Medical Orthopedics: Conservative Management of Musculoskeletal Impairments
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Provides a practical primer to help you recognize abnormal function and effectively treat orthopedic problems that respond to non-surgical intervention. Discusses the most frequent musculoskeletal impairments which confront health care providers.
•thirteen chapters discussing every aspect of the musculoskeletal system, including all joints and the spine
•clear text and precise illustrations outlining specific musculoskeletal problems
•special chapters devoted to pain and reflex sympathetic dystrophy, areas often neglected in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal impairments
•more than 90 visual aids designed to help you recognize abnormal function, enhance visual and manual examinations, and convey complex information to your patients
•appropriate history and physical examination techniques supplemented with radiologic diagnostic procedures
Publication Date 2004 Format Softcover, 217 pages Product Code 50022
Workers' Compensation Claims Management An Evidence-Based Approach to Measuring, Predicting, and Controlling Costs
This is the first book of its kind to take a statistical approach to controlling workers' compensation costs. Based on more than 15 years of research on workers' compensation claims costs, Workers' Compensation Claims Management provides the methodology necessary to correctly measure, compare, and predict claims costs for dynamic cohorts. The authors introduce the intervention methods needed to control costs, including cost effective pain management, cost effective injury treatment, and the cost effectiveness of on-site clinics, as well as the use of scientific research in support of controlling costs.
Use this book:
- When you want to know the performance of your workers' compensation system compared to other systems;
- When you want to know the performance of your workers' compensation system compared to previous years in the same system;
- When you want to know how much future open claims in your inventory would cost.
Find answers to questions such as:
- What are the common mistakes that should be avoided when measuring and comparing workers' compensation claim cost?
- How to correctly measure and compare workers' compensation claim costs for dynamic cohorts?
- Are workers' compensation claim costs predictable and how?
- What are the interventions workers' compensation managers can use to control costs?
No other book describes how to predict workers' compensation claim costs. This is the first book to take a statistical approach to controlling workers' compensation costs. Statistical examples are introduced in plain words with examples. The book will be especially useful for workers' compensation managers in understanding the mixture of claims in a dynamic cohort. It provides the tools needed to deal with the complexity of controlling workers' compensation costs. Data examples are included for readers to practice the methods explained in the book.
Use Workers' Compensation Claims Management to correctly measure, compare, and predict workers' compensation costs and return-to-work based on evidence collected from real data.
Publication Date 2019 Format Softcover, 216 pages ISBN 978-1-883595-80-7 Product Code 23601