Ask The Pharmacist: Fixed-Dose Combination Drugs in Workers’ Comp
January 10, 2024
Fixed-dose combination drug products (FDCDPs) are made up of two different drug ingredients in a single formulation, containing a fixed amount of each. Among the more recognizable examples of these are Symbicort (budesonide-formoterol), Suboxone (buprenorphine-naloxone), Treximet (sumatriptan-naproxen), and Tylenol PM (acetaminophen-diphenhydramine). Several FDCDPs for pain management also exist such as Vimovo (naproxen-esomeprazole), Duexis (ibuprofen-famotidine), and Seglentis (celecoxib-tramadol).
Top Collision Industry Trends to Watch in 2024
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Over the last several years, the collision industry has faced unprecedented challenges. Will 2024 produce more of the same?
Exploring Use of GenAI in P&C
December 6, 2023
Mainstream use of generative AI has prompted claims leaders to explore how the technology can be used to improve claims management. And while GenAI certainly offers tremendous opportunities for the P&C industry, tech leaders must be diligent in ensuring the intricate knowledge and experience in claims management is integrated into these programs.
Ask The Pharmacist: Steroid Medications in Workers’ Compensation
December 1, 2023
In workers’ comp, steroid medications have often played a role in the management of pain related conditions and joint injuries, either alone or incorporated in “trigger point” injections with an anesthetic medication like lidocaine. They are also used to reduce inflammation in the management of certain lung injuries.
Combat Rising Medical Costs on First Party Auto Claims
November 21, 2023
Enlyte’s auto bill review solution reduced the medical bill by an average of 80%— so our customer pays 20 cents for every dollar charged.
Not All PBMs are Created Equally: Examination the Differences Between Traditional Health Care and Workers’ Compensation
November 15, 2023
Explore the key differences between healthcare and workers' compensation PBMs, and the unique regulatory challenges they face in this detailed analysis.
Episode 10: Collision Claim Trends and What to Expect in 2024
November 15, 2023
What keeps carriers and collision repairers up at night? In this episode, Ryan highlights the effect of recent collision claim trends—including rising repair costs, parts supply chain disruptions and advancements in vehicle technology—on the auto insurance ecosystem. He also provides a sneak peek at the four trends to watch for in 2024.