MedRisk’s Vice President of Clinical Services and Provider Relations Brian Peers, DPT, MBA, will discuss the transition from in-clinic treatment to telerehabilitation for injured workers, and its lessons, during “Telerehab During a Time of Crisis,” a fast-paced CompTalk.

Peers will recall embracing the sudden change and pivoting patients toward telerehab, and will share lessons learned during the TED-Talk-like presentation.

He will also discuss the future of telehealth and suggests takeaways for workers’ compensation professionals.

“We found many conditions previously recommended for in-clinic care, could be treated just as successfully via telerehab,” he says, in a news release from the King of Prussia, Pa-based company.

Launched this year by the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference – National Comp, CompTalks are a new series of short videos, designed to educate, enlighten, and inspire meaningful conversations.

MedRisk is also a Gold Sponsor of the 2020 National Comp conference, which went virtual this year, starting with a free, one-day telecast on October 21, followed by digital educational sessions scheduled two to three times a month until the 2021 live conference in the fall.

[Source(s): MedRisk, Business Wire]

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