Performance and connectivity advancements promise to elevate the level of service provided in the field of Complex Rehabilitation Technology. Register for this webinar to learn firsthand from practitioners about which technologies will produce best in class results for a sector of the injured workforce that needs it most.
On-board sensors, telematics and wearables present ample opportunity for carriers and their insureds to collect and put to good use loss-prevention data. However, the Holy Grail in this endeavor is sharing that data in a transparent, collaborative way.
Many thought leaders accurately predicted that the COVID-19 pandemic would not have a negative impact on workers’ compensation claims outcomes. But from a statistical perspective, the pandemic did warp workers’ comp pharmacy data.
Labor shortages and material costs are greatly impacting the ability of claims managers to provide ancillary benefits to injured workers. Increased communication and supply chain management will be vital to manage this growing risk.
Experts from the sixth annual Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study share their 2018 research results on the best strategies to achieve what all claims payers agree must be achieved – improved medical outcomes and costs.
Experts from the annual Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study will share their 2017 survey results on technology and talent best practices that are clearly differentiating high-performance claims organizations.