1 Workers Compensation Claims Services Favorable Outcomes for Employers and Employees Medical Case Management Resources Preferred Medical Provider Networks Nurse Case Managers Pharmacy Benefit Management Prescription Drug Review Permanent Partial Disability Review Medical Bill Review Large Loss Capabilities Team Work Network Referral Unit Reporting a Work-related Injury
2 The Hartford s workers compensation resources Quality Care Helps Manage Workers Compensation Costs When an employee is hurt on the job, your first concern is ensuring that quality care is provided. You want him or her to recover and come back to work. You might also be concerned about the costs to your business in terms of productivity, employee morale, and future premiums. The Hartford s comprehensive approach to workplace injury claims addresses all of these concerns. We bring together the resources that provide quality care while facilitating return-to-work and managing the costs. Preferred Medical Provider Networks Ensures access to doctors and facilities More that 500,000 healthcare providers available countrywide Network doctors are knowledgeable in workplace injury treatment Negotiated rates ensure appropriate costs Pharmacy Benefit Management Access to nearly 53,000 network pharmacies countrywide 24/7 Customer assistance, including access to a registered pharmacist No out-of-pocket expenses for the injured worker in most cases Claims Handlers Manage the overall claim and return-to-work effort Knowledgeable in regional laws and regulations Large Loss The Hartford works with renowned care centers around the country to provide specialized treatment Provide support to the families in dealing with traumatic injuries Nurse Case Managers Provide medical consultation on lost-time and medically complex claims Coordinate care and return-to-work efforts Guide injured worker and family through the treatment process Field Nurse Case Managers Involved in the most serious cases Provide onsite coordination of care Network Referral Unit Makes it easy for employers and injured employees to find local medical providers Service available by phone or online continued When an injured employee is cared for in a timely and appropriate manner, costs tend to stay under control. The Hartford employs a variety of resources and staff to ensure access to quality care for injured workers, encourage return to work, and manage costs.
3 Treatment Preauthorization Review Registered nurses and chiropractors provide timely review of treatment requests Doctors provide a second level of review when necessary URAC-accredited utilization management program facilitates jurisdictional compliance, appropriate treatment, and efficient healthcare usage Accuracy Reviews Review processes help avoid errors and ensure accurate payments: Prescription drug review Permanent partial disability review Medical bill review Team Work Our return-to-work approach aims to find transitional duties by focusing on a recovering worker s abilities Gets the injured worker, employer, doctor, nurse case manager and claims handler involved in the process rd Rev June 2011 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved All information and representations herein are as of June Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change.
4 Commercial Claims services The Right Treatment for Injured Workers and Your Business The Hartford s Preferred Medical Provider Networks Medical expenses account for 54% of workers compensation claims costs.* So deciding who manages your workplace injury claims is critical to the recovery of your injured workers and the health of your business. The Hartford understands the connection between timely, appropriate medical care and favorable outcomes for both employers and employees. That s why we provide access to over 500,000 healthcare providers skilled in handling workplace injuries and helping injured employees get back to work. These network resources, combined with contracted network discounts, help The Hartford get the most out of every healthcare dollar. Consider how The Hartford s approach to network management produces favorable outcomes for the employee and employer: Results Medical and indemnity results are consistently better with network care. Network doctors are experienced in treating workers compensation injuries and helping injured employees get back to work. *According to an American Insurance Association report. continued
5 Negotiated network discounts allow The Hartford to get the most out of every healthcare dollar. Access Access to more than 500,000 healthcare providers nationwide. The Hartford s Network Referral Unit makes it quick and convenient for employers and employees to find network doctors. Service available by phone or online. The networks we use provide access to primary care doctors, specialists, occupational health clinics, and other facilities. Occupational health clinics bring together all the specialties and facilities for return to work, such as x-ray and lab capabilities, treating doctors, orthopedists and physical therapists. Quality Network providers are appropriately licensed and credentialed. The Hartford s Medical Quality Team monitors the contracted networks to ensure their performance meets The Hartford s expectations. Nurses on the Medical Quality Team regularly review provider contracts and credentialing, and conduct file audits for quality care. The Hartford evaluates network coverage each year nd Rev June 2011 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved All information and representations herein are as of 6/2011. Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change.
6 The hartford s nurse case MANAGers Medical Professionals to Facilitate Timely, Appropriate Care and Positive Return-to-Work Results Medical care is the most important consideration in dealing with work-related injuries. That s why The Hartford uses experienced registered nurses to provide consultation in medical cases that are complex or involve time away from work. Our Nurse Case Managers facilitate collaboration with the injured employee, medical providers, claims handler, and employer. They coordinate timely and appropriate care and help the injured employee return to gainful employment as soon as medically possible. The medical knowledge provided by Nurse Case Managers helps improve the healthcare experience for injured employees and The Hartford s effectiveness in managing workers compensation claims. Nurse Case Managers apply their medical experience to: Assess an injured employee s needs so the right care is offered Guide injured employee and family through the complex healthcare system Help coordinate appropriate care among multiple healthcare providers and facilities Discuss cases with the treating doctor and other healthcare providers to ensure our handlers have the right information to manage the claim Help doctors align their treatments to the employee s return to work goals Solve treatment scheduling issues and other barriers to timely care Consult with claims handlers on specific medical issues of a claim On-site Nurse Case Managers Involved in the most difficult cases Visit the hospital to meet with the injured employee, family and doctors Better assess the situation with direct contact Get the most timely information from doctors Guide injured employee and family through the healthcare process th Rev April 2012 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved All information and representations herein are as of April Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change.
7 Workers compensation prescriptions made easy for the employer and employee The Hartford s Pharmacy Benefit Management Program The Hartford s Pharmacy Benefit Management program provides many benefits: Prescription drugs make up a significant portion of an employer s workers compensation expenses. They can also represent a major hassle for injured employees finding a pharmacy in the plan and covering out-of-pocket expenses. That s why The Hartford offers Express Scripts to help employers manage pharmacy benefits and expenses and make it easier for employees to fill prescriptions. With more than 62,000 pharmacies in the Express Scripts network, it s easy to fill, monitor and manage claims-related prescriptions. In most cases, employees can even fill an initial prescription before a claim has been filed with no out-of-pocket expenses. For the employer Retail pharmacy discounts. Point-of-service prescription review. Point-of-service verification of eligibility. Generic drug substitution in place of more costly name brand medications, when appropriate. Electronic submission of claims to Express Scripts by the network pharmacy. For the employee No out-of-pocket expenses in most cases. Pharmacies available within 3 miles urban, 5 miles suburban and 10 miles rural. 24/7 customer service line and online pharmacy locator. A Home Delivery program is available to deliver medications taken long term. With First Fill benefit, injured workers can obtain a 14-day supply of medication before a claim has been established*. * Prescription must be written within 30 days of the date of injury. Medication must be included in The Hartford s formulary. An Express Scripts network pharmacy must be used. Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change th Rev April 2013 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. All rights reserved. All information and representations herein are as of April 2013.
8 The hartford s Workers Compensation drug review A Prescription for Accuracy Prescription drugs play a major role in treating many workrelated injuries. Pharmaceuticals comprise approximately 10% of our workers compensation medical expenditure. It is vital to protect our insureds, while at the same time ensuring that timely, appropriate care is provided to their employees. This means making sure the prescriptions we approve are appropriate and their costs accurate. By carefully monitoring every prescription and reviewing selected cases, we are able to avoid paying unnecessary or inappropriate costs. The drug review program allowed The Hartford and our insureds to avoid inappropriate prescription expenses totaling more than $5 million in The Hartford carefully monitors prescriptions to: Verify that prescribed drugs are appropriate to the covered injuries Ensure payments are only for compensable injuries Recognize possible cases of fraud Monitoring Prescriptions Prescriptions are continuously monitored by The Hartford s pharmacy administration vendor. Cases are automatically referred for additional review when they meet one of the following criteria: Fall outside accepted evidence-based medical practices, such as using a drug for a purpose not approved by the FDA Fall outside The Hartford s proprietary formularies*, which are lists of drugs and pharmaceuticals preapproved for use with certain injuries within certain timeframes Reviewing Prescriptions Hartford Drug Review Nurses evaluate referred cases, considering the specifics of the injury and ongoing treatment, as well as accepted evidence-based medical practices. About 65 percent of reviewed cases are assessed as appropriate to the covered injury. The nurses refer the remainder to the claims handler, who determines how to best address the situation. Depending on the individual case, this can result in further investigation, including contact with the doctor. If after review, the medication does not meet established criteria, denial of payment may occur. The review process allows our nurses and claims personnel to apply their professional judgment to each situation. It protects the injured employee, ensuring that he or she receives only appropriate medication for an injury. At the same time, it allows us to protect insureds, managing expenses accurately and fairly. * The Hartford applies formularies only where permissible th Rev June 2011 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved All information and representations herein are as of June Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change.
9 Workers Compensation Claims Permanent Partial Disability Review How your business can reduce Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) claim expenses The Hartford s unique review process improves the accuracy of PPD impairment ratings and reduces workers compensation expenses The challenge of PPD When a worker is injured on the job and permanently loses some physical ability, PPD comes into play. Doctors evaluate the disability and assign PPD impairment ratings, which have a significant impact on the cost of the claim. The guidelines for assigning these ratings are complicated and can be applied inconsistently, which can cause: Inaccurate PPD ratings Higher-than-necessary PPD costs for employers The Hartford takes a bite out of PPD costs Total workers compensation indemnity costs Overall PPD expense reductions PPD costs 40% Source: The Hartford Based on 2012 claims data 9% Other indemnity costs 60% The Hartford s solution helps ensure consistent, accurate claims outcomes PPD expenses make up about 40% of all workers compensation indemnity costs. With such a significant percentage, it s vital that impairment ratings and the associated costs are carefully managed. To do this, we use a review process, unique to the industry, to monitor the accuracy of ratings provided by doctors. The result? A 9% overall reduction in PPD expenses. How our review process works: Our registered nurses review and verify the accuracy of PPD impairment ratings using proprietary software that incorporates American Medical Association guidelines. Our review agrees with more than 80% of ratings from doctors. On the ratings where we find inaccuracies, we: o Share our data with the doctors o Work with the doctors to identify a more accurate rating; in these cases, PPD expenses are reduced by an average of more than 25% Learn how we can help you lower your claims costs Talk with your claim service consultant or sales representative from The Hartford today. The description herein is summary only. It does not include all terms, conditions, and exclusions of the policy described. Please refer to the actual policies for complete details of coverage and exclusions. Coverage is provided by the member companies of The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. and may not be available in all states. Hartford Financial Products is an underwriting unit of The Hartford. All information and representations herein are as of June June 2013 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
10 The hartford s MEDIcal bill review REview Taking Care with Workers Compensation Costs Because every expense contributes to your overall insurance cost, The Hartford takes care with every dollar we pay. We manage millions of medical bills every year, so even small billing errors or discrepancies can add up. In order to identify and avoid paying unnecessary and unreasonable expenses, The Hartford reviews every bill for accuracy. Our process helps ensure: Bill is for a work-related injury Treatment is appropriate and medically necessary No billing duplication State regulatory compliance Accuracy of medical coding The Hartford s Medical Bill Review also creates accuracy and efficiency in the processing effort: Trained staff review bills on a transaction-by-transaction basis Registered nurses review high-complexity medical bills Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) automatically sends required information to state regulators System coordinates transfer of bills to preferred medical provider networks for application of network discounts Repricing tools help us negotiate prices for non-network medical services nd Rev June 2011 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved All information and representations herein are as of June Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change.
11 Ensuring access to the right care for the worst workplace accidents The Hartford s approach to traumatic injuries No one wants to think about an employee suffering paralysis, brain damage, or some other severe injury on the job. But as an insurance company, that s our responsibility to be prepared when the worst happens. And unfortunately, it does happen. Motor vehicle crashes, chemical burns, machinery accidents, falls, and electrocution are all common causes of serious, often catastrophic, injuries. No one can promise recovery in these severe cases, but The Hartford s approach is to arrange care at facilities experienced and successful in handling traumatic injuries. The injured worker and his or her family needs to be taught how to deal with new physical or mental circumstances. Rehabilitation is often lengthy and requires unique equipment and techniques. The Hartford works with renowned specialty care centers around the country, noted for research and care in their specialty. These centers often focus on one type of injury, developing and refining treatments for brain injuries, spinal injuries, chronic pain, or long-term care. They bring experience and a history of high quality outcomes that result in increased functional independence for the injured worker. continued
12 Depending on the center and the particular injury, these centers may provide: Less clinical atmosphere to help morale and recovery Setting where the injured worker has access to others facing similar challenges Living arrangements for family members Transitional living arrangements where the injured worker can acclimate to life outside the facility Education for injured person and family Psychological support Specialized medical expertise and equipment Personnel trained in unique treatments Especially in cases with traumatic injury, we understand the family s need for support. We engage a nurse case management team to guide the family through the often complex treatment and recovery efforts. We ll send a nurse on-site to help us most accurately assess the situation and assist with immediate care needs. We also assign a nurse case manager to work with the injured worker and their family throughout the claim process, coordinating treatment, appointments, equipment and accommodations until the injured worker is reintegrated with his or her family and the community. We believe that relying on specialized care and providing support for the family throughout the treatment process provides the best chance for the comfort and recovery of the injured worker. All information and representations herein are as of November Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change November 2013 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
13 PUT TEAM WORK TO WORK FOR YOU QUICK FACTS Studies Show Employees who are out of work more than 12 weeks have less than a 50% chance of ever returning. What s a Day Worth? Lost work time costs employers $85 per day on average, and that doesn't include medical costs. Our workers' compensation customers find that with Team Work their injured employees return to work an average of seven days earlier! That's another week of productive work for your business. Impact on Premium Keep in mind that your workers' compensation claims costs will impact your future premium. The Hartford s return-to-work solution can help you improve productivity while lowering your workers compensation losses Team Work Focuses on Saving Your Business Time and Money The Hartford s Team Work program is based on a fundamental belief that every one of your injured workers is a valuable resource. So, getting them back to health and productive employment is a key focus for your business and for The Hartford. Succeeding with Team Work 1. A collaborative approach Early in the process, we bring together critical parties such as the employee, risk manager or supervisor, medical providers, nurse care manager and loss control experts to achieve optimal results getting the employee back to health and back to work. 2. A focus on abilities rather than disabilities Initially, an injured employee may not be able to return to the same job. Team Work focuses on ability management to identify and offer transitional duties to keep workers productive, engaged and involved. Even part-time work or temporary assignments can provide motivation to the employee and productivity for the employer. 3. Focus on Technology - With today's technology, there are often options for temporary remote work. We've had success in leveraging technology to get employees back to work faster, and we explore these options with our insureds whenever an employee is out of work. 4. An employee s return to work In most cases, an employee is eventually able to return to their prior position. In the event that an employee is not able to return to the same job, we can assist in identifying alternative positions which use different skills so that the employee remains a valuable resource and asset to your organization. Benefits to You Employee Satisfaction and Retention Employees who feel valued are more productive, dedicated and likely to deliver quality results that can contribute to your company s success. Reduction in Lost Work Time Getting injured employees back to work sooner and helping them to be productive as they recover positively impacts your cost of doing business th Rev. August 2012 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved. All information and representations herein are as of June 2011.
14 GET What THE to Do MOST in the OUT Event OF of THE a Property Loss WORKERS COMPENSATION NETWORK Use The Hartford s Network Referral Unit and Online Search Tool For workplace injuries, The Hartford s experience is that medical and indemnity results are better with network care. Network doctors are experienced in treating workplace injuries and helping employees return to work. Plus, network discounts help The Hartford maximize every healthcare dollar. Post a Listing of Local Medical Providers In many states, employers have the right to direct injured workers to a network provider for treatment. These employers should post a listing of local medical providers where all employees can access it. Even when there is no statutory right to direct, it is a good idea to prepare a list of nearby medical providers in case an injured worker requests treatment options. How to Obtain a Network Provider Listing The Hartford provides two tools to help you facilitate injured employees use of network healthcare providers: The Online Provider Search Visit and select the search method you prefer. Produce a provider directory. Create a listing of providers suitable for posting. Get information on state rules for direction of care. Available to employers and injured employees. Available 24/7. Search by: Address Provider Name Specialty The Network Referral Unit Call and select 4 at the prompt to speak to one of our representatives. Get immediate provider information. Get a listing suitable for posting by fax or mail. Get information on state rules for direction of care. Available to employers and injured employees. Available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (EST) nd Rev. June 2011 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved. Features and benefits may vary and are subject to change.
15 REPORTING A WORK-RELATED INJURY To report a workplace injury, gather the facts and call The Hartford Loss Connect Service at When an employee is injured on the job, the first concern is getting him or her to appropriate medical care. After that, it is important to report the claim immediately. Research has shown that the sooner a claim is reported, the more accurate the claim outcome. Making the Call Because workers compensation claims tend to be complex, The Hartford needs to gather detailed information during the claim reporting call. Early understanding of the incident allows us to most effectively manage the claim, including care of the injured employee. Gathering the information listed below before the initial call will help speed the process. What was the cause of the accident (slip & fall, struck by object, etc.)? Do you have any reason to question this injury? What are the estimated number of days the employee will lose due to the injury? What is the anticipated date of return to work? Did anyone witness the accident? Who? Where was the injured employee treated (name, address, phone number of medical provider and facility)? Network Providers Names and addresses of more than 500,000 network providers qualified to treat work-related injuries are available online at or through our Network Referral Unit at (select 4 at the prompt). At the time of injury, our representatives can supply you with information on network providers in your area. Company Information Account Number and Location Code (if applicable) Parent Company Name (or Program Name) Policy Number Effect of Timely Reporting on Loss Costs 40% 35% 39% Injured Worker Information Name, Date of Birth, Address, Phone Number Social Security Number Age, Gender Marital Status, Number of Dependants Hire Date, Years in Current Position Current Wage Information 30% 25% 20% 15% 21% 24% Details of Incident When was the accident reported to you and by whom (date, time)? Address where injury occurred? Type of injury (burn, cut, etc.)? Exact body part injured? 10% 5% 9% 0% 0% INCIDENT WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEKS 1 MONTH DAY 3 & 4 OR LATER Closed Claims, Accident Years Includes Medical Only and Lost Time Claims nd Rev. March 2011 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, CT All Rights Reserved. All information and representations herein are as of 3/2011
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