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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.
Empathy plays no small role in achieving positive outcomes for injured workers. It’s time this “soft” skill is understood as essential throughout the workers’ comp ecosystem.
As the industry approaches a looming talent crisis, workers’ comp payers might be asking themselves how can they attract more frontline claims professionals to the industry.
With a majority of the workforce setting up shop in their home offices, what implications will this have for us in the post-COVID world?
When COVID-19 shut down Chicago schools in March, the city’s chief risk officer acted quickly to protect city workers.
New technologies are great at combating material handling injuries, but workers may still need to move or lift heavy objects. That’s where body mechanics comes in.
At an upcoming National Ergo Conference digital session, experts in biomechanics and safety will teach attendees how to make training on proper lifting technique more effective.
At a digital session produced by the National Comp conference, industry leaders will share how pharmacy and settlement programs can work together to produce better outcomes.
A COVID-19 cure is needed for life to go back to normal, but just how close are we?
In the first installment of the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference’s CompTalk series, MedRisk’s Brian Peers talks telerehab in the COVID era.
Underlying medical conditions are usually the defining feature of an extreme ergonomics accommodation case.
When it comes to the legal and regulatory trends facing workers’ comp in 2021 and beyond, this is what you need to know.
Physical recovery goes beyond healing a body part. This National Comp session delves into the link between physical and behavioral health.
An on-demand session from the 2020 National Comp virtual event explores how treating injured workers like pro athletes can shorten recovery times and keep workers off opioids.
We are facing an “existential threat” of talent risk in workers’ comp. Here’s how to pass the torch to the Millennial and Gen Z cohorts.
This year’s conference will highlight new technology to combat fatigue and the synergy between ergonomics and optimal performance.
On Oct. 21, find out how four employers on the front lines have stayed ahead of the pandemic curve and learn the lessons that can help all of us remain resilient for the days ahead.
The National Comp panel on workers’ comp legal and regulatory trends is sure to shed a light on what’s in store for the industry in 2021 and beyond.
National Comp’s One-Day Virtual Event leads with a dynamic CEO panel focused on turning our challenges into strengths in a post-COVID world.
If workers’ comp doesn’t make changes, young people may not want to join the industry.
During a session on October 21st at the virtual National Comp conference, experts from Travelers and One Call will explain why biopsychosocial care is necessary when treating musculoskeletal disorders.