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Michelle Kerr is Workers' Compensation Editor for Risk & Insurance, and chair of the annual National Comp conference. She can be reached at [email protected]
There’s a lot to be learned from the workers’ compensation teams operating during a worldwide pandemic. Here are just three.
A new model of specialized training is helping to elevate the quality of care and the speed of return to full function.
While musculoskeletal disorders can be difficult to treat, one of the most effective tools against chronic pain can be found in our brains rather than in a prescription bottle.
No hotels, no airfare, just great content. National Comp is gearing up to present an engaging lineup this October and throughout the year. Find out more and register for free.
COVID-19 testing is becoming a vital part of employers’ workplace safety measures, but an assessment of how testing could impact your insurance portfolio is a necessary first step.
Some employers are scrambling to implement COVID-19 testing or screening procedures as they reopen. These tips can help organizations avoid putting themselves at legal risk in the process.
Illinois joins the growing list of states with legislative amendments that extend workers’ compensation protections to certain classes of employees who contract COVID-19.
Necessity is the mother of all invention. That’s how the NYPD inspired Ford to build a self-sanitizing mode for police SUVs.
As businesses reopen and workers’ comp compensability laws proliferate, employers have their hands full staying in compliance with a myriad of rules for keeping workers safe.`
There’s never been a greater need for the workers’ comp industry to come together and share its strength. Find out more about our conference plans for 2020.
Workers’ comp entered 2020 from a position of strength, but the pandemic and an economic downturn present challenge.
A new LexisNexis Risk Solutions report explains how small commercial business insurance carriers can turn their top challenges into competitive advantages.
A recent Beecher Carlson report highlights potential coverage gaps related to connected medical devices, helping organizations avoid unpleasant surprises.
Coffee giant Starbucks and other restaurateurs are grappling with safety issues surrounding needles and other hazardous objects being left on their premises.
The 2018 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study suggests leaders are shedding the confines of traditional thinking as they strive to offset continued growth of medical costs.
Seth Hall is tasked with positioning Philadelphia Insurance Companies for both the present and future, as culture and technology continuously drive rapid shifts in customer needs and expectations.
The construction sector presents no shortage of challenges for insurers. But there are ample opportunities for growth, and that’s what Andrew Murray has set his sights on for 2019.
One woman’s journey to overcome paralyzing fear provided inspiration for workers’ comp professionals attending AWWC’s December 2018 leadership event.
Payers have a smart tool at their disposal to encourage settlement acceptance, reduce the risk of liability, and do the right thing by injured workers.
Worker-centric practices and policies are an integral part of this year’s Teddy Award winning workers’ comp programs.