Centers of Excellence: Innovations in Post-Acute Care – Part One

Paradigm − February 13, 2018 − filed under General, Spinal Cord Injury

Many factors have led to the increase in the number of outliers — complex and chronic neurological cases — in post-acute rehabilitation facilities. Gary Ulicny, former CEO of Shepherd Center in Atlanta, reveals innovations in care and care management to meet the growing demand. “People who would’ve died ten years ago are now being saved… Learn More

Understanding and Improving Patient Expectations: Dr. Geoffrey Ling’s Outlook

Paradigm − January 30, 2018 − filed under Complex Case Management

Dr. Geoffrey Ling, a retired U.S. Army colonel, was deployed six times: Five times to Afghanistan and once to Iraq. He spent his first tour of duty in a tiny Level I trauma center in northwest Afghanistan, where he saw children who had been injured by Russian landmines. Because the landmines resembled butterflies, it was… Learn More

Innovation in Treatment of Chronic Lung Injuries: Dr. Ashish Bhatia’s Outlook

Paradigm − January 16, 2018 − filed under Events, General

In medical research, failures are never a total loss, because knowing why creations fail helps to develop more successful devices or drugs, Dr. Ashish Bhatia told Paradigm Outcomes’ eighth annual Innovation Symposium exploring outliers and medical innovation. Dr. Bhatia said, in the past 10-12 years of his research with burns or trauma, only about 25… Learn More

The Future of Value-Based Care in Workers’ Compensation – Part 1

Paradigm − January 9, 2018 − filed under General

Dr. Choo began 2018 with the year’s first Leaders Speak on WorkCompWire. Here’s an excerpt: The future of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 is presently uncertain, but our healthcare industry’s steadfast exploration of value-based care models to achieve better outcomes is encouraging. Although the workers’ compensation industry has always operated independently… Learn More

The Future of Value-Based Care in Workers’ Compensation – Part 2

Paradigm − − filed under General

In his second Leaders Speak on WorkCompWire, Dr. Choo discusses value-based care in complex and catastrophic workplace injuries and how such a systematic approach can deliver better clinical outcomes at a lower lifetime cost. Catastrophic injuries, medically complex cases and chronic pain remain difficult challenges for all stakeholders in the workers’ compensation industry. To achieve… Learn More

Paradigm Family of Companies Heads to NWCDC 2017

Paradigm − December 4, 2017 − filed under Events

Paradigm and our sister companies, The ALARIS Group, Encore Unlimited and ForeSight Medical, will be represented at the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference this week in Las Vegas. Kids’ Chance of America will be there, too. Please visit us at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Paradigm Booth #2707, ALARIS Booth #5300, Kids’ Chance booth… Learn More

Kids’ Chance Awareness Week: Help Identify Kids in Need

Paradigm − November 13, 2017 − filed under Kids' Chance of America

The close alliance between Paradigm and Kids’ Chance of America continues to grow. This week, we want to share what some of our colleagues have to say about how and why they bring this great philanthropy to life in their work. “To be able to create something good and positive for kids who have experienced… Learn More

Understanding post-concussion syndrome: the interrelationship between the neurologic and the psychiatric.

Paradigm − − filed under Acquired Brain Injury

Seth Fischer, a fourth-year medical student at the University of California/Davis School of Medicine, was riding his bike near the campus in 2015 when an accident resulted in a concussion. While not uncommon among active young people, the bike accident would shed valuable light on a subject that continues to vex physicians: post-concussion syndrome. Dr.… Learn More


Kids’ Chance Awareness Week Nov. 13-17, 2017: More money for more kids!

Paradigm − October 27, 2017 − filed under Kids' Chance of America

Kids’ Chance of America is a 501 (c)(3) organization that represents a collection of state-level non-profit Kids’ Chance organizations that provide scholarship opportunities to children who need financial assistance due to a parent’s work-related injury or fatality. The guiding principle is: More money for more kids! What Makes Kids’ Chance Awareness Week Special? In 2016,… Learn More

Paradigm Outcomes: Proud Supporters of Kids’ Chance of America

Paradigm − October 3, 2017 − filed under Kids' Chance of America

Paradigm Outcomes is a proud supporter of Kids’ Chance of America, which is celebrating 10 years of providing educational opportunities and scholarships for the children of workers seriously injured or killed on the job. That mission aligns with Paradigm’s central values. Both organizations are about possibility – reclaiming the future in the wake of catastrophe.… Learn More