GettingHired and Disability RMS have signed an agreement to beta-test the new FastTrackRTW product line developed by GettingHired. The company claims that FastTrackRTW will help insurance companies in short-term disability, long-term disability and workers compensation sectors to manage return-to-work programs.
The company said that the product is designed with a set of career services tools for claimants and injured workers and a tracking module for caseworkers to monitor and encourage career tool utilization by claimants and injured workers.
Thomas Capato, CEO of GettingHired, said: FastTrackRTW provides a unique technology and services solution to meet these objectives. Disability RMS enjoys a sterling reputation within the industry and is widely recognized for its depth of knowledge in the long-term disability arena, breadth of product offerings and exceptional customer service.
“This agreement to beta-test FastTrackRTW with Disability RMS will provide an opportunity to further refine the product – and we have every expectation that we will not only meet but exceed both our own and our clients’ goals.
Kathleen Serunian, vice president of claims for Disability RMS, said: FastTrackRTW will allow us to more proactively help our claimants in return-to-work activities while simultaneously achieving better insight and analysis for our claims and caseworker staffs as well as our carrier clients.