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    We welcome
    challenges.
    From standard to specialized options
    Care coordination available in every state
    Customized cost containment services that best fit your needs
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    DME Coordination
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    Medical Transportation
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    Home Health
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    We are the Ancillary Networks scheduling
    experts, constantly meeting the demands of
    our clients in this ever-changing industry.
    Offering innovative and flexible approach to every request
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    Give us 5 minutes--we'll do the rest.
    Personalized service simplified
    for all your requests.
    See how we will offer you the best possible service

A proven track record of Workers Compensation cost containment for over two decades!

Come explore the possibilities of partnering with one of the most established ancillary service networks in the industry.

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    25% network growth

    Our DME, Transportation, and Home Health network has grown an average of 25% every year, giving you access to one of the largest national networks.

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    29% cost savings

    Some clients have experienced cost savings up to 29% when compared to other ancillary service networks.

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    60K+ locations

    With a PBM of over 60,000 locations in North America, you're provided numerous choices for your claimants.

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Doctor-Dispensed Drug Prices Still Higher Than Pharmacies, Study Finds

[The] price disparity between drugs dispensed at pharmacies and those dispensed by doctors has narrowed since 2012, when price restrictions were enacted in the state. But a cost gap remains, according to a new study from the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI).
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Workers’ Comp Study Looks at California’s Reforms

When California Senate Bill 863 took effect Jan. 1, 2013, it created several fee schedule changes in the California workers’ compensation system.

The Workers Compensation Research Institute has released a study looking at the possible effect of these changes on prices and payments in California relative to other states, as well as their potential impact on behavior and access to care.
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