Utilization management and peer review organization Arbicare named Aliza Krug as its clinical director.
Krug manages the clinical quality of Arbicare’s utilization review and peer review processes, including training physician reviewers.
Krug brings more than a decade of experience to the role, most recently as a physician assistant at the primary care clinic in the Stamps Student Center for the Georgia Institute of Technology.
She previously worked in occupational medicine, treating workers’ compensation patients in both urgent care and orthopedic settings, and has experience in pulmonology. In addition, she is proficient in diagnostics, procedural skills, medical therapies, records review and monitoring.
Krug is a board-certified physician assistant and holds a master's degree in medical science from Mercer University.
Arbicare, headquartered in Atlanta, has earned URAC accreditation in workers' compensation utilization management, and its other services include peer review, clinical bill review and pharmacy intervention programs.
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