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Michelle Kerr is workers' comp editor for Risk & Insurance. She can be reached at [email protected]
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In the post-#MeToo era, Rhonda Prussack of BHSI details what liability exposures she’s watching closely right now, as well as what underwriters and the courts have their sights set on.
There are so many elements that go into a successful workers’ compensation program. Real trust that goes both ways is the glue that binds them all together.
At the close of NWCDC, an expert panel offered a spectrum of actionable advice for maximizing patient medical outcomes and targeting resources where they can do the most good.
It’s widely understood how biopsychosocial factors can impact claims. The challenge is understanding how to identify hidden barriers — and how to do it upfront while there’s still time to make a difference.
Kicking off NWCDC for 2019, Dr. Drew Pinsky shared his message about understanding addiction and how employers can play a role in helping workers return to productive, flourishing lives.
Thursday morning, let the winners of the 2019 Teddy Award inspire you to build your own award-winning workers’ compensation program.
Outgoing NWCDC chairman Roberto Ceniceros chatted with R&I about managing vendor-partners, the power of language and putting technology in perspective.
This year’s Teddy Award winners offer a glimpse of what comes next in workers’ comp — a world where we don’t need to say we advocate for injured workers, we just do it.
For most municipalities, achieving superior injury outcomes while slashing program costs is a tall order. For Arizona’s Teddy-Award-winning City of Surprise, trust and respect is the foundation of that achievement.
As he kicks off NWCDC, Dr. Drew Pinsky will address the unique issues of addiction treatment in workers’ comp, and about returning people to flourishing lives.
Using AI, Susan Shemanski freed up 3/4 of her safety manager team to focus on injury prevention. The result: a stunning 47% reduction in injury severity.
Distributed ledger technology has the potential to improve supply chains worldwide and to minimize product recall losses. Now is the right time to prepare for widespread adoption.
CNA’s Nick Graf says there’s plenty about the insurance industry to appeal to the tech-minded — but first it needs to finally embrace technology.
The departing chair of DMEC’s board reflects on her 30-year mission to inform employers and elevate the profession of disability and absence management.
Managing the pervasive risk of fatigue takes a layered approach that includes leveraging data, replacing outdated processes and procedures and promoting a culture of wellness.
Pro-gamers and office computer users have more in common than you’d think — at least in their injury risk profiles. One surgeon is sharing tools that will help them both.
Employee health and workers’ comp both reap the benefits of a healthier workforce. Partnering up on wellness to maximize results is just good common sense.