Welcome to the RateFast Video Series, PR-4 Reports Explained!
This video series is intended to show those who are new (and even some who are experienced) to workers’ compensation to give valuable information on writing the PR-4 Permanent Stationary report. If you have any questions, or if you would like to give RateFast or RateFast Express a try, visit our website at www.rate-fast.com or email us at email@example.com. Continue reading Video Series: PR-4 Reports Explained!
Have you heard of an impairment rating desert? It turns out that location can mean everything for someone with a workers’ compensation claim. Watch to find out what this means and how it can affect injured workers.
What is a PR-4 report? What is a permanent and stationary report?
The significance of a PR-4 report can be confusing to patients. This video below explains the significance of PR-4 reports for injured workers. This video introduces the topic of PR-4 reports. I’ve shown it to a few of my patients before the actual PR-4 examination takes place. It answers about 80% of the common questions that patients have about the report and the exam—a real time saver for everybody.
If you’re a patient and you have a work injury, then this video will cast some light on how your work injury is going to be evaluated and rated.
If you’re a medical provider or office manager at a medical clinic, please feel free to use the video to help explain the significance of the permanent and stationary report to injured workers that you are going to examine. Send your patients the link to this post via email, and they can watch it on their home computer—or on their cell phones while they’re in the waiting room.