The medical case manager must monitor, evaluate, and coordinate the delivery of quality, cost-effective medical treatment, and other health services needed by an injured employee, and must promote an appropriate, prompt return to work. Medical case managers must facilitate communication between the employee, employer, insurer, health care provider, managed care plan, and any assigned qualified rehabilitation consultant to achieve these goals. The managed care plan must describe in its application for certification how injured employees will be selected for case management, the services to be provided, and who will provide the services.
Case management for an employee covered by a managed care plan must be provided by a licensed or registered health care professional. Case managers must have at least one year's experience in workers' compensation.
MS s 176.1351
18 SR 1379
August 13, 2013
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes