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National Comp attendees are invited to share their thoughts on what workers’ comp challenges top the list moving into 2023.
See what’s in store for the Oct. 19-21 National Comp conference in Las Vegas.
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.
Insurance industry internships, broader career development opportunities and bringing better health care to underserved communities are all interwoven into the workers’ compensation carrier’s mission.
The upcoming elections, medicare-related fee schedule changes and medical marijuana are among the issues WC legal and regulatory experts are watching.
Attorney Megan Jones shares her top advice for getting ahead of injury claims in the new remote and hybrid work environment.
Dr. Casey Chosewood has dedicated much of his career to the concept of Total Worker Health® to enhance workplace safety efforts. He has a lot to share at National Comp this October.
Rehrig Pacific Company shares key secrets to its success in reducing employee musculoskeletal injuries by 86%.
What we eat affects every system in our bodies. After an injury occurs, patients need support to understand the role food plays in recovery.
Top employers discuss how organizations can optimize their brand presence by enhancing their claims management strategies.
Climate change poses immense safety risk to the workforce, says Jeff Rush of California JPIA. Employers must understand their exposures.
As employers scramble to keep their businesses staffed, safety trainings that speak to the needs of underserved workers could be a key part to avoiding turnover due to injuries.