Occupational Health-Workers Comp Director Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Occupational Health-Workers Comp Director in United States

The average salary of a(n) Occupational Health-Workers Comp Director in United States is $118,895.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Occupational Health-Workers Comp Director in United States is $57.16.

The average bonus of a(n) Occupational Health-Workers Comp Director in United States is $8,025.00.

Job Description:

Plans, directs, implements, and administers ongoing improvement of occupational health and worker's compensation services in a health plan. Manages the Occupational Health-Worker's Compensation staff and implements strategies relative to the development and management of related services. Designs and implements programs to maintain positive relationships between the health plan, physicians, providers, and practice managers. Typically requires a bachelor's degree in occupational health with seven years of related health plan experience. Participates in weekly patient case conferences with Medical Director, Occupational Health, and Worker's Compensation providers. Manages and coordinates placement and periodic health reviews, return to work assessments, fitness for duty assessments, and confidential medical record maintenance. Monitors the management of on the job injuries or illnesses and health consultations including assessment, treatment and referral to appropriate resources as required. Responsible for hiring, developing and managing a qualified management staff concerned with the maintenance and expansion of assigned services within the health plan. Prepares, manages, and monitors the departmental budget. Ensures that the plan has an adequate number of participating providers in the network to meet business objectives. Less

Plans, directs, implements, and administers ongoing improvement of occupational health and worker's compensation services in a health plan. Manages the Occupational Health-Worker's Compensation staff and implements strategies relative to the development and management of related services. Designs and implements programs... More

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