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FMLA Does Not Protect Poor Performance 05/25/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 493 | 0
In February of this year the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit issued an opinion that has narrowed the protection afforded to employees under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). In McBride v. Citgo Petroleum Corp, 281 F.3d 1099 (10th Cir. 2002), the court held that the FMLA ...Read More
 
 
Alternatives to Spinal Surgery Part 2: Epidurals 05/25/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 442 | 0
Spinal injections are not new and have been documented to treat low back pain since 1901. In 1952 epidural steroid injections were first used to treat low back pain with sciatica. Today they have become an integral part of non-surgical management of low back pain sufferers. An epidural...Read More
 
 
Apportionment Under LC 4750.5 05/12/2002
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FEHA Traps for the Claims Examiner 05/12/2002
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The Fair Employment and Housing Act...Read More
 
 
Watch Your Ex-Mod 05/12/2002
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The experience modification rating, or ...Read More
 
 
Back Office Marketing - an Essential Ingredient 05/12/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 268 | 0
Professional services marketing is unique in the marketing circles because what is being marketed is the service ability of a particular person ...Read More
 
 
Back Office Marketing - an Essential Ingredient 05/12/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 557 | 0
Professional services marketing is unique in the marketing circles because what is being marketed is the service ability of a particular person - highly personal services that can have a significant impact on another's life or livelihood. Yet, marketing the professional doesn't stop with ha...Read More
 
 
Medical Management for Claims Examiners - Part 2 05/03/2002
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We started off this series of articles with some basic concepts of medical management from the claims examiner standpoint. Now we will take a look at some of the more specific issues, and in particular issues involving orthopedic medical management since orthopedic injuries are the most common worke...Read More
 
 
Claims As Marketing, Part 3 05/02/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 396 | 0
So what does time management mean to quality customer service? And is the problem really the angry customer? Rather, why is the customer (or claimant) angry in the first place? Our first article talked about claims as an extension of marketing. Our second article reviewed what happens when you force...Read More
 
 
PT and Med-X; Conditioning the Atrophied Back 04/28/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 806 | 0
By Steven Danchik, MA, RPTPhysical Therapy occupies a unique position in the medical management of patients with industrial injuries. The therapist does not prescribe medication or perform surgery, but his interaction with the patient is critical for a successful result. Proper physi...Read More
 
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