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Details of the successful workers’ comp program include a predictive modeling tool, an embedded claims advocate and an enhanced return-to-work program.
After working with outside vendors for many years, Phifer decided four years ago to create an in-house clinic and physical therapy center.
Application deadline April 22, 2022. Nominate an organization for the 2022 Teddy Award today!
What is the Teddy Award?
General Mills has gone above and beyond in advocating for its injured workers, earning the company a 2021 Teddy Award.
The ever-popular panel of Teddy winners at the National Comp conference delved into how compassion guided the award winners through success during COVID-19 and beyond.
The City of Philadelphia cut costs while doubling down on employee safety and investing in top-quality care for injured workers, earning its second Teddy Award in the process.
By doubling down on company culture, JetBlue reduced its total incurred loss by almost 60% in five years.
Risk & Insurance honors four entities with the Teddy Award for Excellence within the workers’ comp industry.
The team at Saint Peter’s Health Care System revamped its workers’ comp program to great success — reducing injuries by 58% in four years.
Another year brings us another set of exceptional workers’ compensation programs to honor and emulate.
Deadline Extended! Your workers’ comp program success story could inspire your peers and help take the workers’ comp community to the next level. Tell us your story — application closes April 23rd.
A look back at every Teddy Award-winning organization, dating back to the program’s inception in 1994.
When COVID-19 shut down Chicago schools in March, the city’s chief risk officer acted quickly to protect city workers.
On Oct. 21, find out how four employers on the front lines have stayed ahead of the pandemic curve and learn the lessons that can help all of us remain resilient for the days ahead.
Sprouts Farmers Market acted early and prioritized employee physical and mental health during the pandemic.
When COVID-19 hit many of its New York hospitals, Healthcare Risk Advisors knew its workers’ comp and safety programs would have to step up.
Northwell Health put employees first when it came to addressing the 6,000 COVID-19 claims they’ve faced so far.
This Kansas workers’ comp manager changed one school’s safety culture by focusing on proper training, work-life balance and the world of special education.
The company’s employee-driven culture prioritizes injured worker advocacy and helps get patients back to work rested and safe.