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Workers’ comp payers have long been following the legalization of medical marijuana. Now several ballot measures have legalized medicinal and recreational forms of the drug.
Aviation is faring better than other sectors from a claims-made perspective, but risks from the pandemic still linger.
Injured workers may try to delay treatment over fears that they will contract COVID-19. Nurse case managers can help keep them on track.
A recent NCCI article looks at outlier COVID-19 claims and what they could mean for workers’ comp.
When COVID-19 shut down Chicago schools in March, the city’s chief risk officer acted quickly to protect city workers.
Albert Munanga, regional director of health & wellness at Era Living, shares how he worked his way up through the industry and details his nursing home’s response to COVID-19.
New technologies are great at combating material handling injuries, but workers may still need to move or lift heavy objects. That’s where body mechanics comes in.
From cyber attacks and supply chain disruptions to new safety concerns, here’s how COVID-19 has affected the already hardening transportation sector.
At a digital session produced by the National Comp conference, industry leaders will share how pharmacy and settlement programs can work together to produce better outcomes.
A COVID-19 cure is needed for life to go back to normal, but just how close are we?
In the first installment of the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference’s CompTalk series, MedRisk’s Brian Peers talks telerehab in the COVID era.
Unaddressed behavioral health factors can drive up costs for payers and expose injured workers to delayed return-to-work and painkiller addiction.
An on-demand session from the 2020 National Comp virtual event explores how treating injured workers like pro-athletes can shorten recovery times and keep workers off opioids.
Vincent Foderingham details his 23 years in risk, the need for a more diverse workforce and what the industry will look like post-pandemic.
In-person meetings used to be a staple of the insurance buying process. COVID-19 has forced underwriters and insureds to get creative when it comes to building relationships and pricing risks.
During a session on October 21st at the virtual National Comp conference, experts from Travelers and One Call will explain why biopsychosocial care is necessary when treating musculoskeletal disorders.
Sprouts Farmers Market acted early and prioritized employee physical and mental health during the pandemic.
National Comp 2020 is coming to a living room near you on. Don’t miss these engaging sessions and top-notch speakers.
Property exposures increase along the coast even as insurers become wary of taking on coastal risk.
Sedgwick adds a global risk manager, One Call brings on a chief information officer and AmTrust expands its energy team in this addition of People on the Move.