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At National Comp 2021, attendees heard firsthand from a PTSD survivor how virtual reality can be used to treat workplace trauma and pain.
The panelists for National Comp’s popular 60 Tips in 60 Minutes session share their mental health insights.
COVID-19 produced mental health setbacks for many. Employers need to not only address these issues but remain empathetic towards employees.
The premier workers’ compensation conference is slated for an in-person event in Las Vegas this October, with thought-provoking sessions and speakers.
Underwriters and insureds alike are implementing new practices to make their organizations more flexible and responsive to future pandemics.
Many factors need to be considered in order to ensure physical therapy is successful, which includes the time physical therapy is introduced to clear communication between provider and injured worker.
Joe Van Winkle of SABABA Health Group shares how to incorporate functional data in addressing both the physical and mental health concerns of an injured worker.
Carisk CEO Joe Berardo Jr. talks his career, risk transfer in catastrophic claims and the importance of the biopsychosocial claims approach.
Brandon Sampson of Limb Lab discusses how listening to injured workers who’ve experienced a traumatic amputation while on the job is the best step toward success.
Mike Paczolt of Milliman discusses the benefits of deep learning and AI in workers’ comp claims management.
Nurse triage services prevent supervisors from having to make clinical decisions and they can jumpstart injured worker care.
After years of an impersonal culture that focused on transaction management, workers’ compensation is often looked at through a negative lens instead of as a benefit — but that is all changing.
While the future of claims management and adjusting is moving towards automation, there is still a way to foster the necessary human connection in the workers’ comp space.
Opportunities revealed by the pandemic are too valuable to let slip away as restrictions ease. What gems will you mine? Four top workers’ comp leaders are ready to share what they’ve learned.
The work that Kids’ Chance does is truly motivating explains myMatrixx’s Mike Cirillo. Want to give back? Learn more and get involved.
In this National Comp session, Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin Company, shares their newly created program that significantly decreased an injured worker’s disability duration period.
In this National Comp session, experts from Helmsman Management Services discuss the importance of the most basic element of claims management — communication. The language we use can have more of an impact than you may realize.
Zack Craft of One Call discusses empowering injured workers by utilizing the technology available. Here’s how he’s seen success.
Registration is now open for National Comp 2021! Register now for the premier workers’ comp event of the year, happening this October at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
When we look beyond preventing musculoskeletal injuries, and focus on promoting musculoskeletal health, new opportunities arise.
Find out more about psychotropic drugs, their off-label use, and how the COVID-19 pandemic can teach workers’ comp professionals more about the injured worker experience.