OWCP Nurse Case Managers: A Comprehensive Approach to Worker Recovery and Return-to-Work

OWCP nurse case managers are registered nurses who specialize in providing care and support to federal employees who have been injured on the job. Their goal is to help injured workers recover from their injuries as quickly and completely as possible, and to return to work as soon as they are able.

OWCP nurse case managers provide a range of services, including:

  • Comprehensive assessments: Nurse case managers conduct comprehensive assessments of injured workers’ medical needs, functional abilities, and work tolerance. This information is used to develop a personalized case management plan.
  • Mobile IV Infusion Therapy and Vitamin Therapy for Recovery & Hydration
  • Case management plans: Nurse case managers develop case management plans that outline the steps that need to be taken to help injured workers recover and return to work. These plans may include coordinating medical care, providing education and support, and working with employers to develop return-to-work plans.
  • Communication: Nurse case managers serve as a communication hub between injured federal workers, their doctors, their employers, and OWCP. They keep everyone informed of the injured worker’s progress and work to resolve any issues that may arise.
  • Support: Nurse case managers provide support to injured workers throughout the claims process. This may include emotional support, practical advice, and help with navigating the system.

OWCP nurse case managers play a vital role in helping injured federal employees recover from their injuries and return to work. They provide personalized care and support, and they help injured workers navigate the complex claims process.

Here are some specific examples of the services that OWCP nurse case managers may provide:

  • Accompany injured workers to doctor’s appointments and help them understand their medical condition and treatment plan.
  • Provide education and support on topics such as pain management, physical therapy, and return-to-work planning.
  • Work with employers to develop return-to-work plans that are safe and achievable.
  • Coordinate medical care and follow up with injured workers to ensure that they are receiving the care they need.
  • Provide emotional support and help injured workers cope with the challenges of their injury.

If you are a federal employee who has been injured on the job, you may be eligible to receive services from an OWCP nurse case manager. To learn more, please contact OWCP at 1-844-627-7060.