Restore Rehabilitation introduces field case management services for workers’ compensation in Tennessee with the hiring of four full-time medical and vocational case managers and a sales rep.

Field case managers employed by the Owings Mills, Md-based company are registered nurses with advanced credentials and at least 10 years of experience in workers’ compensation.

Their tasks include assessing injured employees immediately after an injury to determine medical status and needs. They then facilitate the return-to-work process by setting expectations, obtaining full-duty job descriptions, and creating realistic work restrictions with employers and providers, explains a media release from the company.

“Based on our research, Tennessee represents a nice growth trajectory for Restore, and I’m excited to welcome a stellar team to our organization,” says Restore Rehabilitation President and CEO Pam Anthony, in the release.

With the addition to Tennessee, Restore Rehabilitation now employs field case managers in 21 states.

For more information, visit Restore Rehabilitation.

[Source(s): Restore Rehabilitation, Business Wire]