Your injured workers receive comprehensive work injury treatment and care management services from our health care professionals in Occupational Medicine in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Workers' compensation-specific medical management is the single most effective way to produce best outcomes for workplace injuries. Our experts have the specialized experience you need and serve as a liaison between you, other health care professionals and your insurance carrier. This includes keeping you fully informed with timely communication on return-to-work options.
Workers' compensation management provides:
Accurate assessments, including functional capacity evaluations for specific job demands to minimize productivity loss
Blood-borne pathogen exposure testing, counseling and treatment
Care coordination and communication with you and qualified rehabilitation consultants
Clear, consistent injury report forms
Clear direction on transitions from temporary, alternative-duty status to full-duty status for a faster, more predictable return-to-work process
Communication on the care of your injured worker
Complete compliance documentation
Coordination with other Mayo Clinic Health System health care professionals
Direct care by occupational medicine specialists knowledgeable in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin workers' compensation
Fitness for duty testing
Impairment ratings and permanent partial disability as applicable
Initial injury treatment
Laceration repair and minor burn treatment
On-site ergonomic assessments/training with the injured worker at the worksite
Same-day access, including walk-ins, so emergency room visits can be avoided
Work restrictions and return-to-work plans
Call to get started with a consultation to determine how Occupational Medicine can meet your workers' compensation needs.
Not all treatments, tests and services are available at all Mayo Clinic Health System locations. Check with your preferred location in advance.