At Performance Injury Care & Sports Medicine (PICSM) in Helena, Montana, our providers are committed to diagnosing and treating work-related injuries. Our goal is to provide unsurpassed care to injured employees and get them back to work as quickly as possible.
We offer same-day appointments when necessary and will promptly evaluate and treat work-related injuries. Our treatment plans focus on the injured employee to obtain maximum medical improvement (MMI) as quickly as possible. We provide timely responses to referring physicians and referral to physical or occupational therapy.
The doctors and experienced staff at PICSM understand the Montana worker’s comp system and provide comprehensive medical care to the injured worker, keeping the employer, insurer, and case manager apprised of the treatment plan, progress, and status along the way.
Call PICSM at (406) 422-5817 today to schedule a workers’ comp evaluation or request an appointment online.
What We Need From You
If you are hurt on the job, the first thing you as the injured worker should do is file a First Report Form with your employer. Our billing office will file your workers’ compensation claims for you. However, we will need the necessary information first:
- Employer’s name and telephone number (at the time of the accident)
- Workers’ comp carrier name, address, and telephone number
- Adjustor / examiner name and telephone number
- Claim number
- Date of injury
This information will help ensure timely payment of your claims by your workers’ compensation carrier. Our office will also collect your personal health insurance information in the event that your workers’ comp claim is denied. If you do not have health insurance, you will be billed the balance upon a denial.
In the event of acute or emergent care, you can be seen at our clinic immediately. We will allow you time to file the necessary report with your employer and bill for the services we provide after we see you for the first time.
If you are not being seen the same day or days shortly after your injury, you must file a First Report Form first and provide us with the workers’ compensation billing information before you schedule an appointment with one of our providers.
For further information or assistance with a work comp claim, please visit the Department of Labor Workers’ Compensation Claims Assistance
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