M.A.S.H.

M.A.S.H. stands for Maximum Acuity Service for Healthcare, and is a program designed to streamline access for your injured employees making sure they receive appropriate healthcare. This service will enable your company to reduce claims costs for non-emergency injuries, saving you money and ensuring the health and safety of your workforce.


M.A.S.H. is free of charge to all Acuity workers’ compensation accounts*

The nurseline is open 24 hours a day, and is meant to be used by your employees to get medical advice on non-emergency issues such as sprains, strains, cuts, minor burns, and debris in the eye. For injured workers with fractures, head trauma, or deep wounds, emergency care should be sought.

 

What makes us different?

The line is staffed by multilingual registered nurses, ensuring ease of communication for your employees.  The nurses are licensed to practice in all 50 states, and the program is offered in most of the states we operate in. They will follow up with employees to check on their conditions within 24 hours of initial contact. M.A.S.H.’s goal is to prevent minor incidients from becoming major claims.  We believe it to be a more efficient Workers’ Compensation Choice for your workplace.

 

Call: 800.200.6375

 

*M.A.S.H. is not available in Montana

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    If your employee calls M.A.S.H., the nurse will report the incident to Acuity automatically.


    By addressing a case when it first occurs, a quick and accurate care plan can be made.  This often prevents an unnecessary emergency room visit, keeping your medical costs down and your Experience Mod in check.


    The nurse will immediately refer your employee to an appropriate provider for further treatment.