At the Miami Institute for Joint Reconstruction, our goal is to get injured employees back to work as quickly and safely as possible. Our doctors are experts in diagnosing and treating work-related injuries, and our dedicated Workers’ Comp team fully understands the rules and regulations of the Workers’ Compensation system in Florida.
As a case manager, adjuster or employer, our Workers’ Compensation program features everything you and the patient need:
- Prompt evaluation and treatment of work-related injuries
- Timely response to referring physicians, including concise exam notes and reliable reports
- Comprehensive work status reports
- Continuous communication with case managers, adjusters and employers
- On-site rehabilitation programs
- Independent medical evaluations (IME)
- Second opinions for Florida Workers’ Comp cases
Each workers’ comp patient at the Miami Institute for Joint Reconstruction will benefit from our comprehensive evaluation and treatment. Our team of skilled physicians fully understands the unique nature of workers’ compensation cases and utilizes the most advanced treatment techniques for shorter recovery times and faster healing. Our doctors produce concise exam notes, reliable reports, and treatment plans that focus on achieving maximum medical improvement (MMI) as quickly and safely as possible.
IMEs are a critical step in determining return-to-work status, and they can be an integral component of workers’ compensation lawsuits. With orthopaedic surgeons who specialize in hand and upper extremity injuries, foot and ankle injuries, back and neck injuries, hip and knee injuries, and orthopedic trauma, the Miami Institute for Joint Reconstruction has a team that is well-qualified to conduct dependable IMEs. Following the IME, our workers’ comp coordinator will provide the doctor’s full report with the patient’s return-to-work status to the case manager.
While our doctors provide medical care to the injured worker, our dedicated workers’ comp team will keep you – the employer, insurer or case manager – apprised of the treatment plan, progress and status along the way. We understand the importance of timely appointments and communication, and we will do everything we can to get injured workers seen by a doctor as soon as possible and to help you streamline the claim. From scheduling appointments and IMEs to filling out forms and understanding the DWC-25, we’re here for you.
For your convenience, you can reach our Workers’ Comp department , directly at (305) 595-8940, ext. 142 or 139, toll-free at (877) 427-8876, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . Our fax number is (786) 263-0179.