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Austin Oldham talks about higher education risk management, how COVID has changed the game and his connection to enhancing the profession.
Two WCRI reports shed light on drug regulations and spend in workers’ comp.
Five recent suits give employers a peek at the COVID-19-related litigation they could face if they mismanage employee safety during the pandemic.
A recent survey by Health Strategy Associates captures workers’ compensation payers and providers perspectives on how COVID-19 is affecting the industry.
Each year, Gallagher welcomes hundreds of interns into its offices. Could this pipeline of young professionals be the solution to the industry’s current talent crisis?
A recent report from the Natural Wildlife Federation and Allied World takes a look at how natural features can be used to reduce the amount of damage caused by Nat CATs.
The world of claims and litigation is changing as workers’ comp adopts new technologies.
A recent session at CLM’s Workers Compensation and Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference explored how humans will remain necessary even as automation takes over more aspects of the claims process.
A panel at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation and Retail Restaurant and Hospitality Conference dove into the trends they’re seeing in workers’ comp litigation.
While PBMs should be helping payers negotiate drug prices, these common overcharges could prevent workers’ comp insurers and self-insureds from getting the best deals.
The virus has made it nearly impossible for productions to get insurance, begging the question will this be a summer without blockbusters?
From asset protection for spacecrafts to workers’ comp policies for crew members, here’s what insurance coverage companies will need to make the commercialization of space a reality.
The movement seeks to treat injured workers as consumers and caters to their on-demand service expectations.
Here’s everything attendees need to know about the upcoming virtual conference.
These short videos offer ergonomics tips remote employees will actually use.
From gathering injury statistics to wearable technologies, here’s how workplace safety has evolved in the last half-century.
Coronavirus isn’t the only illness employers need to fear when they return to the office. Stagnant plumbing systems make Legionnaires’ Disease a top concern.
Return-to-work delays, physical pain and treatment non-adherence are all in play when an injured worker has PTSD.
As hospitals focus on fighting COVID-19, many other types of care and procedures have been suspended. How will that affect workers’ comp?
Mental health components to a claim may send adjusters spiraling. Debunking these myths will help them better care for injured workers and cut back on claims costs.