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When an athlete is injured, trainers rush in and assist the player to the bench for treatment. A large chain of discount stores, 99 Cents Only, implemented the same model for workplace injuries.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Simple solutions have positive impacts on construction safety.
Highlights of the 2013 NWC&D Conference® and Expo in Las Vegas.
Baby boomers are delaying retirement, which has benefits as well as risks for employers.
Something just didn’t seem right about the factory worker’s claim.
Experts discuss ways to monitor and manage specialty health care spending.
The worst of times is over. Maybe that’s not saying very much.
Treatment delays and other effects of health care reform implementation blind-side a deal between a regional employer and a health care system.
The legislators who voted against the 2013 Oklahoma workers’ comp reforms have now filed a lawsuit with the state supreme court. This kind of action is hurting injured workers and driving jobs away.
Texas and Oklahoma represent models of successful alternatives to the national workers’ comp system. It’s time for employers in other states to organize and follow suit.
For Stephen V. Festa, metrics matter for better claims management.
Creativity and skilled execution help our winners tackle tough problems.
A snowmobile accident leaves an Alaskan pipeline project manager with life-altering injuries.
Since 1990, workers’ comp losses retained through large deductibles have grown quickly.
States are increasing regulation to limit physician distributed prescriptions.
Understanding the culture of your foreign-born workers will greatly improve your safety efforts.
There’s no way that a man of the cloth would lie about an injury, right?
A dream risk management team for a national retailer is not as prepared for the impact of the Affordable Care Act as they thought.
Workers’ comp needs a more focused approach to mental health issues.