Here is a case in point that has happened to more than one of my clients:

Here is a case in point that has happened to more than one of my clients:

They leave an appointment with the nurse case manager still there with the doctor, and get a call the next day from ther employer saying they are fired because they didn’t show up for work and that the doctor had released them to full duty.  The nurse case manager got the doctor to “adjust” the work restrictions, gave it to the employer, and “forgot” to inform the injured worker.  Don’t forget, the nurse case manager is working for the insurance company. Following are tips to help you deal with your nurse case manager.

2016-10-30T13:43:16+00:00

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