ASA Central Network

  • 1.  Workers Comp.

    Posted 06-23-2022 12:44
    Any suggestions for occupational health service locations used for workers compensation? Looking for locations in 
    Memphis, Tennessee
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Bartlett, Tennessee
    Southaven, Mississippi
    Lakeland, Florida
    Clearwater, Florida
    Tampa, Florida
    Sarasota, Florida
    St. Petersburg, Florida
    Frisco, Texas

    Jessica Smith
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  • 2.  RE: Workers Comp.

    Posted 06-24-2022 09:46
    Hi Jessica, the best way to set up any health provider relationship is generally through your Workers' Compensation carrier. The top carriers in the staffing industry have invested heavily in providing free safety consultants to their clients specifically for things like this. Everything works better when you and your carrier are on the same team to help get your injures employees healthy and back to work! If this isn't something your insurance agent is talking about on a regular basis, I'd be happy to set up a time to discuss how we help staffing companies build ironclad risk management programs.

    Jordan Goff
    Principal-Staffing Specialty

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  • 3.  RE: Workers Comp.

    Posted 06-27-2022 15:05
    Often free support is available on a National Work Comp program to aid you and your many locations around the country.  It should include where to go and what to do when an injury occurs and often is via an online portal so you and/or anyone you set up can log in to get information.  If you need assistance sorting out what you have and what free services exist for you just let me know.

    Growth is great but having that National Support System will make things a lot easier for you when you're looking for answers and you may already have this in place(?)  

    Shannon Tornoe

    Shannon Tornoe
    Coast to Coast Insurance Brokers
    Wayne PA
    (610) 225-0553 x101

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