Description

The course explains the fundamentals of bodily injury claims issues by discussing concepts and procedures related to reasonable and necessary treatment verification; expert assistance; serious injuries; occupation-related rehabilitation function and benefits; occupation-related rehabilitation process and identification of rehabilitation candidates; case management; vocational rehabilitation; professionals involved in the rehabilitation process; psychological response to physical injury, using the Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders to evaluate psychological injury claims; personality disorders in claims; and issues in handling psychological injury claims.

Course Outline:

  • Module 1 - Reasonable and Necessary Treatment Verification
  • Module 2 - Expert Assistance
  • Module 3 - Serious Injuries
  • Module 4 - Occupation-Related Rehabilitation Function and Benefits
  • Module 5 - Occupation-Related Rehabilitation Process and Identification of Rehabilitation Candidates
  • Module 6 - Case Management
  • Module 7 - Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Module 8 - Professionals Involved in the Rehabilitation Process
  • Module 9 - Psychological Response to Physical Injury
  • Module 10 - Using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders to Evaluate Psychological Injury Claims
  • Module 11 - Personality Disorders in Claims
  • Module 12 - Issues in Handling Psychological Injury Claims

Credit info

Type Credits
Ethics Credits 0.00
General Credits 4.00