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3 Points to Consider when Dealing with a New Catastrophic Injury in Workers’ Compensation

By Chuck Sweat, VP of Ancillary Development, myMatrixx Creating a community of care for catastrophically injured patients is essential to their long term well-being. There are many types of catastrophic injuries, including paraplegic, quadriplegic, and traumatic brain injury diagnoses. When a patient has a catastrophic injury, it is essential that all involved parties take an […]

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3 Points to Consider When Asking Yourself, “Who Authorized This Ancillary Bill?”

By Chuck Sweat, Vice President of Ancillary Development As a claims professional, you may have received a bill from a provider, hospital or physician’s office and after you recover from sticker shock, you think to yourself, “Who authorized this bill?” A bill has come across your desk that you are unfamiliar with. Items were dispensed […]

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6 Steps for Coordinating a Successful Hospital Discharge

By Chuck Sweat, Vice President of Ancillary Business Development It is 3:30 on a Friday afternoon and you are already picturing your relaxing weekend when you get a call. The patient you thought would be discharged on Monday is being released in the next hour. Your plans fade into a fog. The request includes supplies, […]

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N-Drugs, Return to Work, OxyContin Saga and More

In the Fall Issue of myMatrixx’s newsletter, The Monitor, our clinical team reviews the Texas Closed Formulary and explains some of the confusion around N-drugs. We also take a look at the continuing Oxycontin saga, share best practices from industry leaders on Return to Work programs, and explain recent legislation adopted in California and Texas. […]

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Demystifying HCPCS Codes

Each year, billions of healthcare claims are processed for payment in the U.S. To ensure these claims are processed correctly in both group health and workers’ compensation, a standardized coding system called the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System, referred to as HCPCS (pronounced Hick Pick) is utilized. HCPCS are encountered often by claims professionals and […]

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Managing DME Costs in Workers’ Comp

Durable medical equipment (DME) is a key component to the care an injured worker receives while they are recovering. DME provides assistance in a home setting after an illness or accident and is most often rented and used for a specified length of time. The type of DME required is determined by a physician who […]

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Join Our Team

myMatrixx is growing and now seeking talented individuals for several positions. Join a dynamic organization focused on providing pharmacy benefits and ancillary medical services for workers’ compensation programs. Headquartered in Tampa our company culture is centered around our core values: Do the Right Thing Respond with Care Serve with Passion Innovate Constantly Love to Learn […]

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myMatrixx Names Craig Rollins, Vice President of Ancillary and Business Development

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Tampa, Florida, May 14, 2012 – myMatrixx®, a full-service pharmacy benefit management and ancillary medical benefits company for workers’ compensation, announced today that Craig Rollins has joined the organization as Vice President of Ancillary and Business Development. In this role he will be responsible for the strategic growth of myMatrixx’s Ancillary Division which includes the […]

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What are Ancillary Services?

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By Kyle Osborne, Ancillary Support Supervisor, myMatrixx When thinking about medical care of any kind, the usual types of providers that come to mind are doctors, dentists, and nurses. It is true that these are the primary care providers that drive the medical industry and ensure that patients are getting healthier or staying healthy, but […]

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