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Integrated Medical Case Solutions (IMCS) is the industry’s leading bio psychosocial program with evidence-based outcomes and a proven track-record for transforming workers’ compensation cases.

The Benefits of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

The Benefits of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (pronounced ACT) is a cognitive-behavioral therapy that emerged from research and theory on experiential avoidance—the idea that private experiences, such as emotions, thoughts, and symptoms involving pain, when regularly avoided,...

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

Revised 5.6.2020 IMCS continues to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments closely. The health and well-being of our communities, employees, clients and partners are of utmost importance to us. While we continue working from home, our already-flexible work...

The Post Opioid Era: A Call to Medical Psychologists

The Post Opioid Era: A Call to Medical Psychologists

In April 2019, Dr. Cal Robinson, IMCS’s Clinical Advisor, published an article in the Journal of Clinical Research in Pain and Anaesthesia published by Chembio Publishers that talked about what medical psychologists have learned about the opioid epidemic and what they...

MARCH 5 – 6 and MARCH 26 – 27 attending DWC

MARCH 5 – 6 and MARCH 26 – 27 attending DWC

IMCS will be attending the event in Oakland and Los Angeles. The 27th Annual DWC Educational Conference is the biggest workers’ compensation educational event in the state of California.

MARCH 5 – 6 attending WCRI 2020

MARCH 5 – 6 attending WCRI 2020

IMCS will be attending the event in Boston, MA. The Annual Issues and Research Conference is the leading workers’ compensation forum in the nation.

Employers Can Take Action to Reduce Pain, Improve Productivity

Chronic pain is more prevalent than many people think. The latest government figures say more than 15 percent of currently employed adults have pain nearly every single day, and when non-working adults are added in, the rate rises to almost 20 percent. That translates...

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