Workers' Compensation Injury Treatment and Case Management
Injuries at work drive up costs in several ways, including through lost productivity, increased medical costs and higher workers' compensation premiums.
If an employee gets injured, you want him or her to choose a provider with a dedicated staff who understands how to diagnose, treat and manage work injuries and illnesses, and is very familiar with relevant regulations and laws.
About Aurora Occupational Health
- Our clinics are dedicated to the practice of occupational health. Our providers and support staff understand how to determine causation and recognize implications for workers' compensation laws. They know how to diagnose and treat occupational injuries and illnesses and help employers comply with applicable federal and state laws and regulations – such as the Americans with Disabilities Act and OSHA – as well as regulations adopted by state and federal regulatory agencies.
- Our case managers are registered nurses who follow up on all after-hours injuries treated in Aurora's emergency departments as well as in our urgent care and walk-in clinics.
- Case managers track your employee's workers' compensation case from start to finish and facilitate open communication channels between patient, employer, provider and carrier to return the patient to work. Our close partnership with Aurora Rehabilitation Services' Work Specialty Programs also ensures a high return-to-work rate.
Types of testing offered
Our drug and alcohol screening programs are based on federal regulations. We offer:
- Urine drug screening – DOT and non-DOT
- Rapid drug testing
- Breath alcohol testing
- Hair collection