The CompAlliance case management team develops strong relationships with employers, physicians, claims professionals and insurers. We are excited to announce our successful URAC re-accreditation to December 1, 2021.

Medical case managers are knowledgeable and proactive in helping employees receive quality care so they can return to work as soon as medically appropriate. CompAlliance clients received, on average, a ROI of $4.41 for every $1.00 spent on case management services.

Certified vocational staff assist employees unable to return to work with career planning, skills analysis, job development and placement. Here is one recovering worker’s story.

A referral was received in October requesting completion of a Vocational Assessment, Labor Market Survey and Job Placement. This thirty two year old male, Mr. J, was working in the Southwestern Illinois area. Mr. J’s current injury coupled with his past surgeries resulted in permanent restrictions that would not allow him to return to his job of injury. Mr. J’s current job was a Warehouse Supervisor. and he also had additional diverse skills, plus a Bachelor of Science in Education. He had an average weekly wage of $658.86 for a yearly wage of $34,260.72.

By mid-January, Mr. J had been provided with many viable leads, techniques in determining positions, motivational interviewing skills, and support in the return to work process. He participated in several interviews, was offered several positions, and ultimately accepted a position as a Transportation Shift Supervisor for a manufacturing company in their transportation warehouse in Perryville, Missouri. Mr. J was offered $32,500.00 annually, plus a benefits package and 401K. He started full time on February 3 of that same year as a Transportation Shift Supervisor. The position provides two raises a year, plus opportunities for advancement.

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Our case management team serves as the dedicated point of contact for both the employer and recovering worker.