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RIMS’ new CEO shares how he built his career in professional associations and talks about his future plans for the organization.
National Comp is seeking educational proposals for its 2022 program. Here are some ideas to get you started building your own proposal to speak this October.
At Triple-I’s Joint Industry Forum, a panel discussed runaway litigation and how it is affecting the industry.
As cyber risk grows, will insurers have the capacity to provide coverage?
From more flexible work arrangements to diversity and inclusion, here’s what the next generation of insurance talent is looking for.
To kick-off Triple-I’s Joint Industry Forum CEO Sean Kevelighan discussed the top issues insurers and risk managers should be watching next year.
At National Comp 2021, attendees heard firsthand from a PTSD survivor how virtual reality can be used to treat workplace trauma and pain.
A session at 2021 National Comp discussed which trends and issues will be prominent in both 2022 and beyond.
Cannabis, telemedicine and CMS changes are just a few of the trends that should be on radar for the workers’ comp community.
Physical therapists could be the perfect resource for injured workers struggling with stress and other mental health issues.
A session at the National Ergonomics Conference and ErgoExpo will look at the concept of ergonomics gamification and how it can add value to ergonomics training programs.
Employers need to prepare for a wave of new laws legalizing cannabis.
This National Comp session provided a thought-provoking discussion on where the practice of telehealth is headed.
The ever-popular panel of Teddy winners at the National Comp conference delved into how compassion guided the award winners through success during COVID-19 and beyond.
The 2021 National Comp keynote focused on the challenges organizations have faced throughout the pandemic and the solutions they fostered.
The pre-conference session focused on executive privilege and how women can use it to push their careers forward.
The onset and impact of the pandemic left many workers feeling stressed and burned out. Assistance from employers is necessary.
After the last 18 months, organizations must have a clear plan to remain resilient in even the most turbulent of times.
Ahead of National Comp, the panelists of the session “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Physical Therapy Spending” share their journeys into the industry.
At National Comp, panelists will discuss how claims philosophy, employee engagement, comorbidities, psycho-social issues, and pain management affect recovery.
Learn more about the University of Colorado’s data-driven model of the biopsychosocial factors that can drive some claims off the rails, at an information-packed session at National Comp 2021.