Dr Jones has extensive knowledge and experience of various forms of trauma involving motor vehicle accidents, industrial and farming accidents and various types of sports related injuries.
Specific industry expertise includes:
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What is Long COVID?
Prof Mark Taylor, MD; FRCPsych; FRCPE; FRANZCP; Kirsty Taylor, BA (Hons); PGCE; FRSA; andProf Alan J Carson, FRCPsych; FRCPE Introduction In 2019 reports started emanating from Wuhan in China about a novel viral infection, initially thought to be similar to SARS. By March 2020 the world was in the grip of the highly contagious coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic (here referred to as COVID), leading to a series of urban and travel…
Car Crash – Mindcafe
“So, you had a car crash?” Reviewing the risk and rates of mental disorder after a roadtraffic accident. Introduction Road traffic or motor vehicle accidents are common in Australia and elsewhere. Over 50million people have a road traffic accident (RTA) in a year, and RTAs are now the third singlemost common cause of death worldwide (WHO, 2020). For example, the Australian RoadsDeath Database reveals the death rate due to RTAs…
Technological Innovation: Helping Insurers meet the demands of mental health claims
In our second article on technological innovation, we explore the growing use of Telehealth and how it is being used to help solve the challenges of mental health claims across regional, rural and remove Australia.
7 Steps to IMC success: A guide for Case Managers
Early intervention is pivotal to successful claims outcomes, but sometimes it can be difficult to determine exactly what treatment has been undertaken, what the response has been and the treatment strategy that will be implemented moving forward. That’s when you need an IMC!
Technological innovation: Helping Insurers meet the Life Code requirement around IME Choice
The subject on every life insurer’s lips at the moment is the Life Code and with good reason. With a firm delivery date of July 1, 2017, Life Code committees have been busy restructuring internal practices, rewriting policies and training staff to ensure they are compliant with the code. Whilst the changes have placed enormous pressure on Life Insurers to revisit their modus operandi, most people would agree the changes are necessary and serve as a timely catalyst for implementing practices that will future-proof the industry.