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Business Insurance - Pain medication monitoring firm Ameritox acquires PRIUM
The Prescription Addiction Radio Show - Podcast featuring PRIUM's Michael Gavin
Claims Journal - Crowe Paradis and PRIUM Form Strategic Alliance
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Business Insurance - Yoga May Become an Alternative to Pain Meds in Workers Comp Claims
Business Insurance - PRIUM has Been Named as one of Business Insurance's Innovation Award Winners
Aug. 12, 2013
PRIUM’s Executive Vice President of Business Development Bret Cade will moderate “A Discussion of Medicare Secondary Payer Act Issues and Solutions” at WCI’s Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference. This is the third year that he has developed a MSA-specific program for the WCI conference.
Aug. 6, 2013
Ameritox, the nation’s leader in pain medication monitoring, is proud to announce the acquisition of PRIUM, a leading provider of medical cost management services currently serving the Workers’ Compensation market.“We are extremely excited about the opportunity to bring the unique capabilities of these two great companies together,” said Ameritox CEO Scott Walton.
July 9, 2013
To keep pace with its burgeoning growth, PRIUM has expanded its leadership team with the addition of Bret Cade as executive vice president of business development. Cade brings more than 20 years of workers’ compensation sales, long-term disability and managed care expertise to the position.
May 20, 2013
PRIUM, a medical intervention company that helps reduce the inappropriate use of prescription drugs on workers’ compensation claims, wants to highlight good functional restoration clinics and chronic pain management clinics for its payer-clients.
PRIUM Steers Payers toward Best-Practice Functional Restoration Clinics
April 19, 2013
After agreeing to reduce opioid prescriptions for injured workers, many physicians feel uncomfortable managing the weaning process and want to refer to a more specialized venue. Seeing the need for a standard set of criteria to assess clinics, PRIUM has launched “Centers with Standards,” a service rating functional restoration programs according to their adherence to best practices that can help predict outcomes.