On Wednesday April 14, myMatrixx Chief Clinical Officer, Phil Walls, was joined by Marcos Iglesias MD, Chief Medical Director of the Travelers and Constitution State Services to discuss the interaction between behavioral health and chronic pain management in workers’ compensation.
In a new piece for Risk & Insurance, myMatrixx Chief Clinical Officer, Phil Walls, shares four major reasons why people in workers’ comp, and the larger health care industries, need to stay focused on opioid misuse.
As the workers’ comp and pharmaceuticals industries continue to make progress in the fight against opioid misuse, it’s important to remain vigilant around new pain treatments that are filling this vacuum.
On Wednesday, January 27th, myMatrixx Chief Clinical Officer, Phil Walls, will join the Hartford’s Chief Medical Officer, Adam L. Seidner, in a virtual session for the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference (NWCDC).
A Message from myMatrixx President, Mike Cirillo. myMatrixx works hard, every day, to be your trusted partner for better workers’ compensation PBM support. That means bringing innovative solutions to your problems, identifying opportunities to improve the health and well-being of your injured...
Featured in the NWCDC CompTalk series, Phil’s newest presentation is “Risky Business: the Journey of Fentanyl from Licit to Illicit Drug,” offering a wide-ranging history of both the pharmacology of the drug and its path to becoming one of the world’s most dangerous illegal substances
myMatrixx Director of Clinical Pharmacy, Michael Nguyen PharmD, has a new article on WorkersCompensation.com’s regular Expert’s View feature discussing the importance of early engagement in behavioral health for injured workers.