What is Minnesota Statutory Case Management?
Stubbe Case Management has state-wide coverage of experienced Qualified Rehabilitation Consultants (QRCs) who understand the nuances of the MN WC Law.
In the state of Minnesota, many injured workers are entitled to Statutory Rehabilitation Services. If an injured worker’s total disability exceeds 13 weeks, a registered QRC is assigned by the employer, insurer, or chosen by the injured worker. The QRC is governed by a plethora of statutes and regulations and is required to act as a neutral party. The QRC has the responsibility of developing and implementing a rehabilitation plan that is focused on returning the worker to suitable gainful employment.
A QRC is a vocational rehabilitation counselor who is registered with the Department of Labor and Industry.
The Workers’ Compensation Division oversees and administers the workers’ compensation system in Minnesota. We strive to create an environment where injured workers promptly receive benefits and services and where the system operates efficiently and effectively.
How Can Minnesota Statutory Case Management Help Me?
The QRC is a conduit for information and communication between all parties. By attending provider visits, they obtain meaningful information to help files progress medically. The QRC will assist the injured worker in returning to work in a timely manner. If unable, they implement a vocational plan that will assist the injured worker in finding suitable and gainful employment.
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