You could either win a workers’ compensation litigated claim at the end in the courtroom, or you could win it in the beginning with good documentation. Hello, my name is Michael Stack, and I’m the CEO of Amaxx. This is the third part in our three-part series on executing a bulletproof workers’ comp claim investigation.
Video #1: Evaluate Your Last 5 Incidents
First part of our series, I talked about your last five evaluating your last five incidents. How well did you do? How well did you do in regards to documentation? Do you have a separate employer report of injury, employer manager, someone at the company that’s filling that out? Do you have an employer report? Do you have an employee, an injured worker report? Do you have witness reports? Depending on how many witnesses there were, were there one, there were 2, 3, 4, or five, how many witnesses were there? Do you have a separate form for them?
Do you have well filled out state first report of injury documents? Do you have well filled out OSHA forms? OSHA 301 forms and 300 logs? How well did you do on your last five incidents? That was video number one.
Video #2: Investigation Best Practices
Video number two was best practices. We talked about best practices, best practices of things that you should be doing, talking about asking open-ended questions. We talked about photos and videos consistently on each incident, and we talked about accuracy of data, accurate data. We talked about accuracy of data, open-ended questions, photos of videos. You want to be able to document that injury consistently. Well, if you didn’t do very well here on your last five, what are these areas that need improvement? What are the areas that need improvement? And now how can you train the right person to be responsible at a specific location? Okay, at this one location, we’re doing really well in these forums, but at this other one, location B, we’re not doing great.
Okay? We need to train Sue Jones in order to do that. Alright, Sue, here’s the training we need. Here’s how we’re going to get this done.
Video #3: Leverage Technology to Implement Consistently
Well consistently, video number three here, this final video in our series is leveraging technology, leveraging technology to help put this all together. There’s so much data that we need to collect in the workers’ compensation industry, employee report, employee report, witness, state first report, immunity, osha. I talked about how this data can flow into this data to make this a lot more efficient. I talked about how you can have a system now to get photos and videos done consistently well, how you can have training in order to do this. I’m just going to let the cat out of the bag here that we have created a technology solution called IMR Software that does all of this. It does all of it.
It does all of this. It does all of this consistently well, everything that I teach in regards to this, executing a bulletproof claim investigation, documenting this, using automation, using mobile phones, collecting photos and videos consistently at the accident scene. You could pull out their phone and they get a notification. Hey, if you didn’t fill out your witness report, Hey Tom, you didn’t fill out your witness report. We need to collect good information to pay this claim. Well, for Sally Smith, please click here and fill out your form. It’s a fantastic system created by myself personally in regards to working with our development team to put this all together, all these best practices can be implemented, can be implemented successfully, consistently, well by location, and oh, by the way, use some training from our workers’ comp training center in order to train these people in order to do it well.
It’s a beautiful system. It’s a beautiful system.
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Click on the link below to schedule a demo, and I will tell you it’s done wonderfully well. If you’re not using our system, check it out. At least check out our system. If you’re using a separate system, implement the same thing. If you’re using something different than ours, implement the same thing. These are the best practices. This is what works consistently well, but definitely check out ours. I’ve created it. It does exactly everything that I’ve talked about on this board here in these first few videos. I look forward to talking with you. I’m excited to talk with you about it because when you implement this, when you leverage the technology to actually implement it consistently well, you will see results, period. You will see results.
Again, my name is Michael Stack. I’m CEO of Amaxx. Remember, your work today works. Compensation can have a dramatic impact on your company’s bottom line, but it will have a dramatic impact on someone’s life, so it’d be great.
Michael Stack, CEO of Amaxx LLC, is an expert in workers’ compensation cost containment systems and provides education, training, and consulting to help employers reduce their workers’ compensation costs by 20% to 50%. He is co-author of the #1 selling comprehensive training guide “Your Ultimate Guide to Mastering Workers’ Comp Costs: Reduce Costs 20% to 50%.” Stack is the creator of Injury Management Results (IMR) software and founder of Amaxx Workers’ Comp Training Center. WC Mastery Training teaching injury management best practices such as return to work, communication, claims best practices, medical management, and working with vendors. IMR software simplifies the implementation of these best practices for employers and ties results to a Critical Metrics Dashboard.
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