Treating the Behavioral Components of a Claim Is a Risk Transfer Strategy: Just Ask Carisk’s CEO Joe Berardo, Jr.
Carisk CEO Joe Berardo Jr. talks his career, risk transfer in catastrophic claims and the importance of the biopsychosocial claims approach
We are pleased to introduce a new member of our marketing team – our summer intern Dylan Finn. Dylan just turned 22 years old and grew up in Sea Girt, NJ – not far from our Wall office. Dylan is currently a rising Senior at the College of Charleston, where he is...
Carisk Partners is pleased to welcome Melanie Dalton, RN, BSN as Assistant Vice President, Client Strategies. Carisk’s Client Services expansion comes amidst impressive and steady growth over the past year. Dalton brings over 26 years of experience in managed care and account management services, working with employers and insurance carriers in both local and national roles.
Payers and providers are looking to improve workers’ comp delivery of care. That starts by bringing transparency to claims and placing behavioral health first.
An Essential Guide to the E-Billing Clearinghouse Climate including the NYWCB CMS-1500 Initiative
These Catastrophic Workers’ Comp Cases Reinforce the Need for an Evolved Workers’ Compensation 2.0 Approach
Carisk Partners shares the success of its patient-centered program as it addresses behavioral health issues impacting return to work, function and recovery.
The cost of surgical implants can often be a pain point for workers compensation payers. The cost of the implants themselves range from low-cost to expensive and there are state-specific regulations that make it challenging to ascertain the true and fair cost for billing by facilities and practitioners. In recent years, we have seen a shift to cost containment programs, however they differ greatly in their approaches.
An educational and informative discussion on traumatic brain injuries and the road to recovery.
An Essential Guide to the E-Billing Clearinghouse Climate including the NYWCB CMS-1500 Initiative. Presented by Carisk Intelligent Clearinghouse in collaboration with Medata and the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board.
National Comp 2020: The Link Between Behavioral Health and Physical Health Is Stronger Than You Think
A National Comp on demand session discusses the connection between behavioral health and physical health and the effects this link can have on an injured worker.