BRIOTIX HEALTH Case Study for Shortening Disability Durations to be Highlighted at National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference in Panel Discussion

CENTENNIAL, CO – 11-28-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Briotix Health, the industry’s leading provider of workforce performance optimization solutions, will participate in a panel discussion at the 2018 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference with UNUM and Norton Healthcare. The panel will discuss a Briotix Health Industrial Sports Medicine pilot program which demonstrated a significant reduction in disability durations containing costs and optimizing employee’s engagement.

Bob Patterson, Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of Briotix Health, will serve on the panel during the session Case Study for Shortening Disability Durations with On-Site Resources on December 5, 2018, at 2:30 p.m. Also participating on the panel is Derek Stern from Unum Workforce Solutions and Allison Ledford from Norton Healthcare.

In this panel discussion, panelists will examine the critical components of a successful return-to-work program and explain how to integrate supportive onsite resources into a company’s existing practices. Additionally, panel participants will share pilot results that support the business case for the coupling of the onsite duration management resource with disability and injury prevention efforts.

“The initial phase of the study has shown that with an increased focus on applying best practices in ergonomics, accommodations, and psychosocial support, more than 1,200 lost workdays were avoided delivering Norton Healthcare an ROI of nearly 4:1,” said Patterson. “We are looking forward to sharing our results and discussing how best to cultivate a culture of change to maximize the use of onsite resources and generate the biggest savings.”

Conference attendees are encouraged to visit Bob and the rest of the Briotix Health team at booth #6333 to learn about how Briotix Health’s Industrial Sports Medicine™ tools leverage early discomfort management solutions in a purposeful way to reduce the individual and organizational costs of musculoskeletal disorders. To learn more about Briotix Health’s workplace solutions, visit www.briotixhealth.com.

ABOUT BRIOTIX HEALTH
At Briotix Health, we build relationships with you and your workforce to deliver meaningful results in employee health.  We focus on musculoskeletal injury and disability prevention; leveraging customized next-generation technology to optimize results.  Our three areas of focus are Industrial Sports Medicine, Office Ergonomics & Health and Specialized Solutions.

Briotix Health clients include many Fortune 500 companies and their global operations and a significant number of the largest insurers and their proxies. Based in the United States, the company services clients throughout the United States and in more than 63 countries. 

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