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Accountability and collaboration turned Hampton Roads Transit’s legacy workers’ compensation program into a triumph.
Excela Health changed the way it treated injuries and took a proactive approach to safety, drastically reducing workers’ comp claims and costs.
An unwavering commitment to zero lost time is just one way that Harder Mechanical Contractors protects its workers.
The judges of the 2016 Teddy Awards reflect on what they learned, and on the value of awards programs in the workers' comp space.
Applying Lean Six Sigma to its workers' comp processes earned Atlantic Health an Honorable Mention Teddy Award.
St. Luke's workers' comp program is built upon relationships and a commitment to care for those who care for patients.
By helping employees navigate through the workers' comp system, Cottage Health decreased lost work days by 80 percent.
Adventist Health Central Valley Network is achieving stellar results by targeting its toughest challenges.
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago succeeds with a commonsense approach.
2013 Teddy Award winner Miami-Dade County Public Schools is managing comorbid risk factors by getting employees excited about healthy living.
Employers adopting advocacy practices derive better outcomes from their efforts to improve claims experiences.
Case managers and pharmacy benefit managers are key pieces of the puzzle for payers trying to rein in catastrophic claims before they’re too far gone.
Advanced care techniques and technologies are helping workers with brain and spinal cord injuries get back to living full lives.
As exoskeleton technology evolves, the potential impact on claims outcomes could make it worth the cost in some cases.
There are a growing number of resources available to address employee mental health issues.
Mental health, new technologies, and an advocacy-based claims model are three of the key topics to be addressed at the 2016 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference®.
Ergonomics safety programs reduce injuries and help organizations reach operational goals.
In a report released Oct. 5, the U.S. Labor Department is elevating the debate over whether federal oversight of state workers' comp programs is warranted.
A retail store worker pursued a shoplifter and sustained injuries. His claim was denied, because the pursuit was a violation of company safety policy.
More employers turn to triage nurses to determine whether a hospital emergency room visit is necessary.