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Enlyte Article

Legislative Updates in Workers' Comp: Boosting Industry's Political Voice

September 27, 2023

In this WCI-TV interview, Brian Allen, VP of Governmental Affairs, offers an update on top regulatory and legislative initiatives that could impact workers’ comp, such as reform and pharmacy cost containment, while also addressing how the industry can improve its political presence.

Enlyte Article

Managing PTSD in Workers' Comp: New Regulations & Best Practices - Interview with Tammy Bradly

September 27, 2023

In this WCI-TV interview, Enlyte’s Tammy Bradly, Senior Director, Clinical Product Marketing, shares why states are implementing new workers’ comp regulations to address post-traumatic stress disorder in the workplace. Bradly also offers best practice strategies on how workers’ comp professionals can recognize and treat PTSD and how they can address traumatic stress in the workplace.

WorkCompWire Article

Addressing Diagnostic Imaging Challenges in Workers’ Compensation

September 26, 2023

By delving into the dynamics of this field, we can gain deeper insight into the necessary efforts to deliver top-notch imaging services, especially in the realm of workers’ compensation.

WorkCompWire Article

Seamless Management of Specialty Services for Catastrophic Claims

September 19, 2023

Ted Smith, Senior Vice President, details why specialty care coordinators are valuable resources for CAT teams trying to help injured employees reach their highest level of functioning.

Enlyte Podcast

Why High-Impact Drugs Are Taking a Bigger Piece of Pharm Spend

September 13, 2023

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Workers' Comp Article

Why Do I Need a Workers’ Compensation Behavioral Health Network?

September 5, 2023

Concerns about the impact of behavioral health on work-related injuries has risen in recent years as studies estimate 30% to 50% of adults have a mental illness over the course of their lifetime. Results show 23% of those with mental-health or substance-use disorders drive 60% of overall medical spending. 

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