Valuing Interdisciplinary Pain Rehabilitation Programs discusses the scientifically-based, financially-proven and qualitative/quantitative justification of IPRPs and the HELP Program for evaluation and treatment of chronic pain patients.
Interdisciplinary Pain Rehabilitation Programs: The Peer-Reviewed, Nationally-Recognized Evidence is a transcript from a March 2004 speech presented by Dr. William Brose, M.D. at the American Academy of Pain Medicine in Orlando, Florida.
Is a treatment guideline applicable and valid? provides a process for the defense of specific medical treatment to patients with chronic pain.
Defense of Continuing Treatment is a sample of a Utilization Review appeal which offers an example of justification for treatment in which a patient has had previous functional success.