An Independent Medical Evaluation (IME) provides a thoroughly objective, impartial assessment of a client's diagnosis, prognosis and recommendations for recovery.
Disability management covers a wide scope of services relating from injury prevention to managing the employee's rehabilitation while off work and working to facilitate a safe, sustained return to work.
Utilizing the Isernhagen Work Well protocol, a Functional Abilities Evaluation (FAE) is designed to objectively determine whether an employee is able to return to a pre-accident or alternate occupation.
Worksite Services customizes a return to work plan with the employee, employer, union representative and/or other stakeholders.
The goal of the Ergonomic Assessment is to provide specific recommendations about occupational hazards and highlight issues that may contribute to musculoskeletal disorders or injury.
The goal of the service is to prevent or minimize lost work time through the quickest acquisition and dissemination of clinical and non-clinical information.
Altum Health's Occupational Rehabilitation program identifies, addresses, and reduces, when possible, risks of injury, re-injury, disease, and illness for a safe return to work.
Recognizing the large personal and societal burden of mental illness, substance and work-related stress, Altum Health’s Mental Health Activation Program provides an evidence-based continuum of services to address these issues.
Altum Health's CARF accredited Interdisciplinary Pain Program provides an interdisciplinary approach to chronic pain management for those that have not returned to work within usual course of recovery (3-4 months from time of injury or accident) or those struggling while at work.