Understanding the workers' compensation market. The people and positions, roles and relationships, and guidelines that direct the provisions granted by the policy .
Understanding the core principles that make up the foundation of the market. Defining disability, understanding medical necessity, and identifying methods to contain cost.
Understanding the most common injuries and associated medical and functional deficits. Learning about functional status and how it applies to scope development.
Understanding how to complete an assessment and develop an appropriate scope of work within the workers' compensation guidelines.
Accepted methods for estimating, field practice guidelines, time lines, what if's and problem resolution during the project.
Learning about products and services that are available, lifts, medical equipment, and design items to improve outcomes.
"There are several other trainings out there that touch on home modifications and design at a high level. What sets CHAMP apart to me, was that it covered the mindset of the claims people and payers in deciding what modifications would be absolutely necessary to medically function within the home. Corey also does a great job of defining the differing roles of people involved on the home modification aspect of the claim. It combines the best of design for catastrophic injuries and the workers’ comp industry all at once. It is a complete training with no stone left unturned.”
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