At M.I.S.S., serving the occupational health needs of injured workers is very important to us.
Our experienced medical team focuses on accurately diagnosing and effectively treating work-related injuries, while our Workers’ Comp Coordination team focuses on efficiently and expeditiously processing documentation, required filings, and approvals.
Our highly experienced staff is comprised of Workers’ Compensation Claims Specialists. They ensure clear communication among all parties and work as liaisons for all Workers’ Compensation patients. Their guidance allows us to be more attentive to the needs of the Workers’ Comp patient and facilitate quick and thorough documentation during recovery.
Our goal is to help our patients to be as pain-free as possible so they can get back to work and dramatically reduce the chance of reinjury.
Our entire Workers’ Compensation team is committed to making the road back to work, as pain free as possible for patients, employers, and case managers.
We are Workers’ Compensations Claims Specialists and provide a variety of Workers’ Compensation services including:
Case Management – Workers’ Comp experts to help facilitate timely treatment for your injured worker.
- Responsiveness – Paper work with return to work status sheets completed in the office and office notes available within 24-48 hours.
- Convenience – Office hours that make follow up visits easy – keeping patients on track
Our physicians also provide other Workers’ Compensation claims services such as Independent Medical Evaluations (IMEs), Permanent Partial Impairment Ratings (PPIs), assess Maximum Medical Improvement (MMIs), Second Opinions, and much, much more.
If you would like to schedule an appointment or obtain a consult,
please call us at (219) 836-7246 ext. 118
If you have general questions about Indiana’s Workers’ Compensation laws affect you?
Please visit: http://www.workerscompindiana.com/workers-compensation-frequently-asked-questions/
If you have general questions about how Illinois’ Workers’ Compensation laws affect you? Please visit: http://www.iwcc.il.gov/