Protocols aid physicians in workers comp diagnoses

Schachner, Michael
October 1994
Business Insurance;10/17/94, Vol. 28 Issue 42, p26
Focuses on the definitive job descriptions given by companies in the United States to their physicians. Assistance in the decision to return an employee to work; Holding of agility and strength tests on healthy employees; Protocol Work Systems Inc.'s involvement in return-to-work programs; Titleist and Footjoy Worldwide Inc.'s use of Protocol's isometric assessments; Key Method Corp.'s establishment of protocols.


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