Fitness For Duty/Return To Work Evaluations – helping employers avoid potential crises and de-escalating threatening situations involving employees.
File Reviews – objective reports written by PsyBar’s psychologists, based upon contacts with treating healthcare professionals and sources such as a spouse, work supervisor and review of independent psychological test data.
Independent Medical Exams – full psychiatric, psychological or neuropsychological evaluations conducted on an employee by one of PsyBar’s doctors.
Disability Exams – short–term disability peer review performed by PsyBar’s board-certified psychologists and psychiatrists.
Risk Assessments – helping employers to avoid potential crises.
File Reviews – written by a psychologist, psychiatrist or physicians in other specialties for co-morbid claims. PsyBar can provide these both for claimants with psychiatric/ psychological problems only, and for “co-morbid” cases involving medical problems.
Independent Psychiatric, Psychological or Neuropsychological Evaluations – performed by a doctoral level psychologist, neuropsychologist, or a psychiatrist.
Neuropsychological Screening – determines whether there is evidence of cognitive problems in the insured. This can provide a diagnosis, description of cognitive deficits, treatment recommendations, and a discussion of claimant limitations and restrictions.
Psychological or Psychiatric Evaluation for Short Term Disability Claimants – brief assessment designed to determine a claimant’s diagnosis, prognosis, and suggestions for how treatment might better facilitate return to work
On-Site/Remote Nurse Coaching – registered Nurse Case Managers assist either on site or telephonically with specialized coaching designed to upskill your claims staff. Training is designed to facilitate effective communication between stakeholders, analyzing and reviewing clients’ needs and identifying appropriate training needs of your staff.