DME Advances and Proper Utilization in Workers' Compensation

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Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is a key component to the care an injured worker receives while they are recovering. The type of DME that is required varies by patient, and with so many equipment options and providers to supply them, it can be challenging to know what the injured worker may need. Cost containment can also be a challenging task.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about commonly ordered products and gain valuable insight on billing codes, utilization trends, and much more.

What is DME?

DME, or durable medical equipment, falls under the umbrella of ancillary services, encompassing any product or service performed outside a hospital setting. Ancillary services also include medical supplies, home health care, orthotics, prosthetics, diagnostic imaging, and other products performed in a home environment.

Gain Key Insights About Durable Medical Equipment in Workers’ Comp

In myMatrixx's comprehensive DME webinar, you’ll gain expert insight into;

  • The current utilization of DME in the context of workers' compensation
  • Delivery methods and advancements in the DME industry
  • Billing codes associated with DME
  • Product selection tips
  • Utilization patterns
  • The cost implications of DME in healthcare and workers' compensation

Featured Webinar Panelists

Jean Feldman - Vice President of Ancillary Operations at myMatrixx

With over 25 years of experience in workers' compensation and care management, Jean brings a wealth of knowledge to her role. As a licensed registered nurse, she uniquely balances cost containment solutions with a commitment to patient care.

Chuck Sweat - Vice President of Provider Relations

Instrumental in developing and maintaining myMatrixx’s nationwide ancillary provider network, Chuck has 25 years of experience in workers' compensation, specializing in ancillary services such as DME, home health, and medical supplies.