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A session at this year’s National Comp looked at how telemedicine has made a name for itself in the workers’ comp industry.
Severe weather events affect every line of business, including workers’ compensation. Here are key takeaways for managing the comp risks associated with climate change.
Technology is changing the scope of treatment plans and helping to keep employees safer by stopping injuries before they happen.
Given their countless similarities, it makes sense for workers’ compensation to look to the experience and expertise of health insurance to learn better claims mitigation.
Six experts will kick off the final day of National Comp 2022 with dozens of return-to-work lessons learned.
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National Comp attendees are invited to share their thoughts on what workers’ comp challenges top the list moving into 2023.
National Comp conference speaker Tammy Bradly shares key crisis care management insights ahead of the conference.
Opioid overprescription continues to present critical obstacles in the workplace. This National Comp 2022 panel will delve into the costs and benefits of long-term non-pharmacological pain management approaches that could help end the opioid crisis.
This National Comp session looks at how Miami-Dade County Public Schools kept its workers safe in the wake of COVID-19.
See what’s in store for the Oct. 19-21 National Comp conference in Las Vegas.
Dr. Claire Muselman is a force in the workers’ comp industry, and is ready to share what she’s learned with others at this year’s National Comp.
Claims automation and improved recruitment programs are helping claims quality while addressing the industry’s talent gap.
A session at National Comp 2022 discussed the many safety benefits of wearable technology and other innovations in keeping employees safe.
This National Comp session on mental health in workers’ comp promises an immersive experience like no other.
This National Comp session will look at how incentivizing best practices can be beneficial to both employer and employee.
Michelle Kerr, National Workers’ Comp editor and conference chair, shares her excitement for the upcoming conference, set to begin this October.
This year’s report turned to a focus group of industry leaders to learn how they’re approaching some of workers’ comp’s top challenges
Movement therapies have innumerable benefits on their own. Here’s how they are helping in the fight against the opioid epidemic.
Two top docs in the workers’ comp arena bust key myths the industry must contend with surrounding cannabis use amid the substance’s legal momentum.