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A higher standard in occupational medicine

A workplace injury can be complex for employers and painful for employees. We created SelectNet, a preferred provider network, to ensure injured workers get the treatment they need and you get a partner that knows the system. Each year, thousands of Coloradans injured on the job receive compassionate care from our network of 3,600 providers, all of whom we evaluate for their expertise and commitment to quality care for injured workers.

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Qualified and Efficient

SelectNet providers receive training and certification through Colorado’s Division of Workers Compensation, and Pinnacol provides year-round provider education. That means your employees are treated by providers who understand Colorado’s unique workers’ compensation rules, processes and legal requirements. SelectNet providers make responsible use of healthcare services and cost containment.

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Comprehensive

SelectNet includes primary care and specialist physicians, nonphysician practitioners, mental health professionals, dentists, hospitals, urgent care and rehabilitation centers, therapists, acupuncturists, and chiropractors, as well as translation, transportation and home support services — everyone needed to help injured workers heal and regain as much function as possible. And they're located from corner to corner in Colorado.

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Engaged

Primary care providers get to know your workplace and manage each case from beginning to end. Network standards help minimize wait times and maximize appointment availability, and enable quick access to records and detailed progress reports. We visit our providers frequently to ensure their services meet SelectNet standards.

What is a designated provider?

Designating medical providers who are experts in occupational medicine, and who provide high-quality, cost-effective care that emphasizes return to work programs and speedy recovery, is an integral component of claims management. 

Selecting a medical provider

There's a lot to keep in mind when picking a medical provider to treat your injured workers, including proximity to your workplace, responsiveness and experience with your industry. This article and interview guide will prepare you to evaluate and choose the right provider. 

Notification letters to employees

After a workplace injury, one of the first things you need to do is notify your injured worker to choose from your designated providers. This template makes it easy. 

Provider directory

Finding the right medical provider for your injured workers can be overwhelming. Use our directory to find the right SelectNet provider based on location, specialty and more. 

Let's talk. Do you have provider feedback? Let us know at 303.361.4000.

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