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Teaching employees proper body mechanics can help prevent injuries and reduce musculoskeletal risk.
We’ve picked out four sessions we think you may find informative.
Nearly two-thirds of all adult illicit drug users are employed. Plus, more information about substance abuse among workers.
A new program that tackles psychosocial barriers gets injured workers back on the job in 10 weeks.
Private equity executives said they add resources and strategies to help their workers’ comp portfolio companies grow.
Communication and transparency rule when it comes to managed care programs.
Carriers have serious concerns about the health care industry’s impact on workers’ comp, but are encouraged by the savvy of employers.
Selecting a network of the best medical providers can result in reduced costs and better medical results for workers.
Risk Scenarios Live! explored the lessons learned from the handling of a construction worker’s injury.
The opening keynote addressed ways employers can promote total health and reduce spending.
The multimedia session will dramatize the challenges faced by a construction worker who fails to abide by his treatment regimen.
Nearly three dozen sessions provide targeted insights into workers’ comp obstacles and the strategies used to achieve optimal outcomes.
Opportunities for education and networking with peers abound.
The 2014 Teddy Award winners represent principles that are the hallmarks of sustainably successful injury prevention and workers’ comp programs.
As the 2014 NWCDC begins, here’s a look at several of the dynamic breakout sessions the conference has to offer.
The 2014 meeting of PCIAA focused on innovation and disruptive thinking as the way to meet future challenges.
Overcapacity is the biggest threat to insurers in the short and long term.
Captives offer employers better control over their health care benefit plans.
Optimism about the opportunities in excess and surplus lines was strong during the NAPSLO conference.