All state-fund employers are required by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) to have a Managed Care Organization (MCO). Employers may choose an MCO during an open enrollment period, which occurs every other year.
Open enrollment is underway now through May 25, 2018.
To help make your selection, the BWC has created an MCO Report Card that provides statistics they use to evaluate performance, return-to-work services, and the quality of medical management the MCOs provide to injured workers. CareWorks is the only MCO to score above the statewide average in every key component contributing to return-to-work and managing medical costs. (Source: 2018 BWC Report Card)
Choose CareWorks, the only MCO endorsed by the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce.
CareWorks’ focus is to help injured workers throughout Ohio recover from workplace injuries and return to work as quickly and safely as possible. Effective medical management helps employers develop strategic return-to-work programs to help reduce lost time, promote healthy and timely recoveries and help control workers’ compensation costs.
CareWorks offers innovative claims and medical management services for workers’ compensation, helping its more than 93,000 employer customers control costs and enhance employee productivity. Its core services include:
CareWorks is an Ohio BWC-certified Managed Care Organization (MCO) through Ohio’s Health Partnership Program (HPP). It medically manages nearly 30 percent of all new claims filed in Ohio, and its employer customers represent more than $660 million in workers’ compensation premiums.
For more information about CareWorks Medical Management, call Kimberly Temnick at 513-518-3419 or fill out this short form.