National Workers Compensation and Disability Conference

presented by Risk & Insurance

Building Off of a Pharmacy Program
to Structure a Strong Settlement


To finish with a strong settlement to a workers’ compensation claim, you must first start with an equally strong pharmacy program. Join us as our panel of experts describe how pharmacy program tools such as clinical reviews, provider outreach, predictive analytics, medication plans, point-of-sale edits, drug testing and more are the perfect springboard to set a claim up for settlement and appropriate allocations amounts for CMS submission. Join us as Optum partners with ESIS to describe how pharmacy and settlement programs are working together for the greatest outcomes and settlement success.

Lavonya K. Chapman, Esq., RN, CMSP
Associate General Counsel, Optum
Chapman is Optum Settlement Solutions’ Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance Counsel and a member of the management team responsible for planning and development with legal, regulatory, and compliance oversight of all services the group provides.
Tron Emptage
Chief Clinical Officer, Optum
Emptage leverages 25 years of experience in developing and managing key program components, such as medication plans and formularies, utilization reviews, physician outreach, clinical intervention, and pharmacist and nursing support, ensuring injured workers receive the right care at the right time.
Bryan C. Shaughnessy
Assistant Vice President, Workers' Compensation, ESIS
Shaughnessy and his team are devoted to ensuring ESIS workers’ comp claim service is best in class. He manages a team of Product Line Managers who support the technical claim staff by developing Best Practices and ensuring that those Best Practices are applied consistently across the country.
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