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Episode #33 - Areas of Opportunity in the IME Process
Dr. Michael Compton discusses the independent medical exam (IME) process and advice for medical professionals entering the medical-legal wo...
Episode #32 - What Does Remote Work Mean for Pain Management?
Dr. Michael Compton, the founder of Renew Health, joins the Medplace podcast to discuss pain management and the independent medical exam (I...
Episode 31 - Heidi Carpenter - Streamlining Outpatient OT
What could OT 2.0 look like? Carpenter explains outpatient occupational therapy's shortcomings and brainstorms ways technology can streamli...
Episode 30 - Heidi Carpenter - ArizOTA & Assistive Technology
Heidi Carpenter, the president of ArizOTA, discusses technology and how it is transforming occupational therapy.
Workers' Compensation Insights
What role does bias play in workers' comp? Where can technology ease friction for injured employees ? Here are 4 insights from top industr...
What Does The Staffing Shortage Mean For Workers Comp?
Outdated tech, not enough new talent and the potential for an onslaught of new injured employee claims puts workers' compensation in a prec...
Introduction to Impairment Ratings
Impairment ratings provide workers' comp legal counsel valuable information about the severity of an injury. Here is what IME physicians ne...
Episode #21 - Paul Carroll - Workers' Compensation Staffing & Innovation
What does the staffing shortage and work-from-home mean for workers' compensation?
Episode #20 - Mark Blane - Empathy in California Injury Law & Impairment Ratings
Join California Attorney Mark Blane and learn about impairment ratings, bias in IMEs, and empathy for the injured worker.