Outcomes Assessment in Pain Care

At the 2018 American Academy of Pain Management Annual Meeting, Ravi Prasad, PhD from Stanford University School of Medicine discussed outcome assessments in pain management. Outcomes tracking challenges: Financial limitations Logistical barriers Uncertainty, what should we assess Implementation of findings Most clinicians are not tracking outcomes because they don’t know how to use this information […]

Challenges With Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment

At the 2018 American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting, a panel discussed lessons learned from past use of multidisciplinary pain management programs and how to overcome those barriers in the future. The panel included: Kimberly George – Sedgwick (moderator) Dianne Flynn, MD, MPH – Madigan Army Medical Centers Michael Harris, PhD – Pacific Rehabilitation […]

Stakeholder Collaboration – Moving Pain Management Forward

At the 2018 American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting, Kimberly George from Sedgwick discussed the payer’s perspective on how stakeholder collaboration can advance the field of pain management. Stakeholders There are many different payers involved in the healthcare payer market. This includes the federal government in terms of Medicare, the Department of Defense, and […]

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