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New Guidelines for Nurse Case Managers in Indiana

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A Nurse Case Manager is a Registered Nurse who is hired by the insurance company to oversee your medical treatment. A good Nurse Case Manager can be very helpful to your recovery, but a poor Nurse Case Manager can interfere with your medical treatment.

The Indiana Workers’ Compensation Board has issued new guidelines for Nurse Case Managers.

The Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board has issued guidelines for the use of Nurse Case Managers (“NCM”) in the administration of compensation claims.  A NCM may be involved in a claim to schedule appointments, help facilitate care suggested by the medical provider, and to report back to the employer and/or carrier.  However, a NCM should not express opinions, to either the injured worker or the medical provider, regarding an injured worker’s course of medical care or otherwise attempt to influence the process.  Additionally, a claims adjuster should not attempt to direct the care provided to an injured worker by the authorized treating doctor.

If you feel a Nurse Case Manager is interfering with your medical treatment in a workers’ compensation case, please call us at 317.569.9644 to discuss your case.

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