COHE Community of Eastern Washington Hires Health Services Coordinator for Spokane Office
June 8, 2016
Center of Occupational Health & Education (COHE) Community of Eastern Washington welcomes new health services coordinator, Chaylee Piger, to the Spokane office location. COHE is a public-private partnership between St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute and Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I), providing coordination between health care providers, employers and workers after an on-the-job injury.
Prior to joining COHE, Chaylee specialized in a variety of patient care coordination positions. Her clinical and administrative experience gives her a unique perspective and skill level on what it takes to assist an injured worker and coordinate their care with providers and employer with effective return-to-work plans, ensuring workers get back to work safely and quickly.
Chaylee holds a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies with minors in health administration and communications from Eastern Washington University.
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COHE Community of Eastern Washington is dedicated to providing training and organizational support to medical providers to increase use of best practices in treating injured workers in 19 counties. A 2011 study found that injured workers treated by COHE-affiliated health care providers are away from work for 20 percent fewer days than other injured workers. COHE care also reduces disability and medical costs by $510 per claim during the first year. COHE Community of Eastern Washington has offices in Spokane, Tri-Cities, Yakima and Wenatchee and is a program of St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute.