MyMatrixx Releases 2024 Pharmacy Guidebook Featuring the Top Workers' Compensation Medications

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MyMatrixx by Evernorth Workers' Compensation

MyMatrixx by Evernorth has released its new 2024 Pharmacy Guidebook that provides information on some of the most commonly prescribed medications in workers’ compensation. Claims professionals are encouraged to use it as a resource that provides easy access to information regarding indications and generic availability, which is subject to change.

Helpful Resource for Workers' Compensation Claims Professionals

In our 2024 workers’ compensation pharmacy guidebook, you’ll find;

  • 100+ commonly prescribed medications in workers’ compensation
  • Brand name examples, generic availability and possible therapeutic uses (both on and off label) for each medication
  • Medications organized by general therapeutic categories, for easy reference, including anti-inflammatory medications, cardiovascular and respiratory medications, gastrointestinal medications, psychotherapeutic medications and more
  • A comprehensive brand-to-generic index

Claims professionals in the workers' compensation industry can use the information in our new guidebook when contacting a prescriber to determine if drugs on the list of alternatives have been tried. If the prescriber has attempted at least one of the other medications, the claims professional can feel more confident in approving the medication because the decision was supported with clinical evidence.

PLEASE NOTE: This guidebook is solely for reference purposes and is not intended, nor should be used or relied upon for the purposes of prescribing or using a product.

"Doing the Right Thing" for Injured Workers

Our clinical team is available to answer questions related to a patient’s medication regimen. In some instances, a recommendation may be made to conduct a One Drug Review or a more comprehensive Clinical and Safety Evaluation (CASE Rx)SM. Both of these products feature outreach to the prescriber to discuss the use of alternative medications and they may incur a charge.