Carisk is tasked with stepping in to assist with managing and coordinating medical care for workers who experience catastrophic injuries on the job. That kind of work takes a special touch, and in Berardo’s view, it starts with building a strong company culture where employees are treated with respect and given room to grow alongside the business.
Carisk Partners (Carisk), an MBF Healthcare Partners II LP (“MBF”) portfolio company providing specialty risk transfer and care coordination services in the workers’ compensation market, is pleased to announce the completion of its acquisition of Advanced Claims Review Specialists (ACRS), a medical cost containment company utilizing evidence-based analysis of medical bills and records.
Recent inflation upticks could be a boon for the workers’ comp industry, though caution going forward is advised.
With stress and mental health at the forefront of the industry’s focus, now is the time to manage it strategically, and learn from other leading organizations that are finding success.
Carisk’s Chief Behavioral Health Officer, David Vittoria, responds to Joe Paduda’s post on his industry blog, Managed Care Matters.
Spokane and Moya have overseen new technology integrations as the company made additional acquisitions. They’ve also enabled the entire company to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carisk Partners is pleased to announce the promotion of David Vittoria, LCSW, MCAP, ICADC to Chief Behavioral Health Officer, effective immediately.
Carisk Partners today announced the promotion of several individuals within the organization. During a time of significant growth, Carisk is proud to deliver on its continued commitment to employee development from within the company.
Carisk® Partners Announces Completion of SOC 2(SM) Type II Certification
Furthers Commitment to Data Security and Compliance
Carisk Partners announced today that the company has completed the System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type II audit.
Addressing Physical & Emotional Injury: A Case Study Supporting the Evidence-Based Approach to Wound Management
Meeting the needs of a patient with chronic or acute wounds requires care beyond convention, including a multidisciplinary approach, specialized treatment, and comprehensive surgical and non-surgical interventions. Wound management can be complicated by psychosocial risk factors such as anxiety, depression, and/or post-traumatic stress disorder, where each emotional injury (often in combination) requires as much care and attention as the physical wound.