Wednesday October 24th 2018
1 CE Hour:
- RN, LPN, ARNP, CNA (all states except IA)
- CCM, CDMS & CRC nationwide
- Adjuster: AL, DE, FL, GA, ID, IN, KY, MS, MT, NC, NH, OK, OR, UT, TX
- CA Adjuster: WC Post-Designation
- PENDING: Adjuster LA, MD, NM, WA
- Identify what constitutes brain injuries and identify the appropriateness of augmentative communication devices and applications.
- Recognize how augmentative communication equipment recommendations affect the injured worker’s level of function and understanding the deliverable and billing process for an injured workers’ compensations insurance carrier.
- Understand the augmentative communication product lines focusing on maximizing the injured workers functional independence and to community reintegration safety.
- Identify levels of diagnosis to the augmentative communication equipment recommendations by addressing that the injured worker may have secondary diagnosis or education deficient they may impede the outcomes.
Zack Craft, ATS, ATP, CRTS, CAPS, CEAC, NRRTS Vice President of Rehab Solutions and Complex Care Education
Zack Craft, vice president and national product leader at One Call Care Management, directs the rehabilitationtechnology and complex care services for One Call, specializing in assistive technology for severely injured employees. Before joining One Call, Zack spent a decade in the engineering field and has designed a variety of products for use in physical therapy. Zack and his cross-functional team of rehabilitation specialists serve patients who have suffered complex and/or catastrophic injuries, such as brain injuries, severe wounds, amputations and other similar life-altering conditions. He and his team travel the country, evaluating patients in rehabilitation centers and visiting their homes to determine the best home-based treatment approach. Zack also oversees One Call’s LIFE Assessment® program that provides a 360-degree review of claims, valuating factors that impact patient health and quality of life throughout the lifespan of large loss files.