The majority of the IW's don't like you to meet them at hme, unless they cannot drive for specific circumstances. I have only visited one home so far, everyone else requested to be seen at Dunkin Donuts, Dr's offices or any other public place, and it is encouraged ( I have been trained to try to meet IW's in public places). Most of the visits are completed at the physician's offices while waiting to be seen by the doctors. I like it but every week find a new thing to learn, a new way to treat a file. The advocacy is not really noticed by everyone involved, the IW's that really want to recover and go back to work they appreciate all the efforts you make to coordinate their needs as fast as possible, to obtain authorizations right away even though sometimes you have to go the extra mile to help them, but the ones outthere trying to live out the system, those don't appreciate what we do and think we are paid by the insurance companies and we will not represent them.Here, where I work there is not much, much that can be done since the worker's comp function as a managed care company that means that " saving" is priority of course if there is medical necessity we will go for what the IW needs, again,Ilikeit better now even thoughI still struggle and I'm in the learning process, the driving OMG! that kills me, I still have to learn to accommodate the appointments to my convenience that does not work the majority of the time for many reasons. I guess and hope it will get better soon. Thank you All for the inputs.