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We sat down with Olivia North-Menthonnex and Arianna Jewell to talk about their experiences with the organization and its impact on their ability to achieve their goals.
At National Comp 2023, Risk & Insurance sat down with myMatrixx president Mike Cirillo to discuss the changes affecting the pharmacy benefit manager space.
New technologies are changing the way adjusters approach claims handling.
From shifts in drug costs to state-based workers’ comp system restructuring efforts, these are the trends workers’ comp professionals need to make sure they’re paying attention to.
Jeff Gurtcheff, chief claims officer for CorVel, shares how the company’s new recruitment and training initiative, CorVel University, is looking to address the talent crisis.
This year’s National Comp proved how connections form organically when comp professionals gather to educate and connect with each other and elevate the industry.
Her training as a physical therapist, she said, is what gave her the perspective to seek and support best practices in workers’ compensation.
MedRisk’s newly appointed CEO, Sri Sridharan, talks to Risk & Insurance about the culture he leads and the vast amount of injured worker data his team has at its disposal.
Suicide is not an issue in just workers’ comp; it’s a humanity issue. Panelists at National Comp 2023 share why it’s imperative not to ignore mental health risks.
In this National Comp 2023 session, three experts on recovery shared what they learned from their own back and spinal injuries and how those lessons can be applied to workers’ comp.
National Comp 2023, held in Las Vegas, kicked off with a pre-conference event conducted by the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Comp. This year’s keynote focused on connective intelligence in the age of virtual workspaces.
The passion claims professionals feel for their work was on full display during this lively discussion at National Comp, which focused on claims that go astray and those that toe the line.
As more states legalize marijuana, the question of when and how employers should screen for impairment becomes more pressing.
At National Comp, two experts shared tips to help workers’ comp claims investigators reduce fraud and protect employees’ interests.
A message of thanks from National Comp conference chair Michelle Kerr. Your feedback is appreciated, and we’ll see you next year!
COVID’s aftermath has revealed — and worsened — a hidden epidemic of workplace mental distress. Combating it will require holistic biopsychosocial solutions and earlier intervention.
Explore how new innovations in data collection and management can affect workers’ compensation claims outcomes.
This National Comp 2023 session looks to reflect on the most prominent workers’ comp medical trends of today.