A look forward at some of the incredible women leaders that will grace the stages of National Comp 2023.
Courses were designed to match current trending topics and challenges facing global leaders. While insurance professionals were the main audience, the event was structured to benefit professionals in any industry.
To switch or not to switch? There are several areas to review before leaving a workers’ compensation TPA for another.
At this year’s RIMS conference, experts shared how combining traditional safety models with the use of technology can help employers improve workplace safety — and even enhance quality of life for some workers.
This forward-thinking session at this year’s RIMS conference focused on how to keep workplaces safer from violence and active shooters by taking a predict-and-prevent approach.
Focusing on the oft-ignored parts of an injured worker’s recovery, including how aspects of DEIB affect recovery from injury can lead to better outcomes.
Whether or not a case goes to trial, there are strategies carriers and their legal counsel can employ to help avoid especially egregious losses.
Women play an increasingly important role in the risk and insurance ecosystem as representation in leadership roles continues to grow.
A RIMS session took attendees into the mind of a hacker, exactly how they infiltrate organizations’ systems and how companies can protect themselves.
Shots fired, now what? The right training can make all the difference when the worst happens at your workplace.
During his morning keynote at this year’s RIMS, Johnny C. Taylor CEO of SHRM shared insight into how today’s workforce has shifted and what leadership can do to evolve with their employees.
Workers’ comp claim investigations happen for a reason. There’s a way for employers to give injured workers a voice and get the information they need.
Wearable technology in workers’ comp could benefit the industry’s future, but getting there requires due diligence and education.
Milliman’s Mike Paczolt discusses an AI-based claims solution that uses group health benchmarking data to help workers’ comp payers and TPAs reduce costs and get injured workers the targeted care they need — faster.
Artificial intelligence used in employment practices promises faster, more efficient days, but there is an element of discrimination bias that must be addressed before this tech is fully adopted.
Andrea Buhl, president of managed care operations for Sedgwick, offers her perspective on the factors impacting workforce resilience and what employers can do to support their people.
Workers’ Compensation Research Institute president and CEO John Ruser offers his perspective on the factors influencing inflation in workers’ comp claims: what’s driving costs up — and what’s helping to keep them down.
Verisk president Robert Lewis offers his perspective on the traction, results and potential of predictive analytics in the workers’ comp space.
MedRisk CEO Danielle Lisenbey offers her perspective on talent acquisition in the workers’ comp space.
Share your knowledge and inspire the workers’ comp community. Submit a proposal to speak at National Comp 2023 in September.