Our team here at Preferred Medical is comprised of individuals with their own unique professional and personal background, knowledge and views. Based on their role in the workers’ compensation industry and here at Preferred, they bring to the table a unique perspective and can offer valuable insights.

The blog posts below are all authored by different people, on different teams and with different roles. You can expect to read about trends they see, places they see room for improvement, successes, failures, learning opportunities and more. Our intention is to provide you a holistic view of the industry (and our place in it) and hope you gain new knowledge and a fresh perspective on work comp topics.

 

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My Encore Career

Today I have the honor to join Preferred Medical as their Chief Clinical Officer. I am extremely excited to be part of the talented, dedicated team at Preferred and make my own contribution to providing high-touch care to their (I mean “our”) customers and injured workers.  While I could have stayed in retirement, I recognized …
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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EI) is one of the strongest indicators of business success. Leadership requires involvement with people who are unique, complex and emotional. When I talk about emotional intelligence, I am referring to the ability to identify and manage emotions and the ability to recognize the emotions of others. During my preparation on the subject, …
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The Platinum Rule

We are all taught the Golden Rule when we are very young – treat others how you want to be treated. I do not buy into that way of thinking because everyone is different and how we treat them should be different as well. So my personal philosophy, and what I try to instill in …
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Who has time to delegate???

The toughest struggle that I see in leaders today is failure to delegate. Everyone is working different hours in different time zones and locations. It takes effort and time to delegate. You have to trust the person you are delegating to. Yes, you know you can do it faster if you do it yourself. Yes, …
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