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NCCI released the results from their 2020 Focus on 5 survey which asks industry executives which issues are top-of-mind for the upcoming year.
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The Superior Court of New Jersey affirmed a workers’ compensation judge’s ruling that required an employer to reimburse its employee for the employee’s prescription use of medical marijuana.
The Rising 2019 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Survey explored the experiences of frontline claims professionals for the first time.
As the opioid epidemic wears on, these employers are taking action to fight addiction in the workplace. Here are four ideas you can steal.
CBD is being hailed as a solution for everything from chronic pain to the opioid epidemic. But what do we really know about the cannabinoid?
AmTrust’s Retail Risk Report dives into the types of injuries that are impacting the industry.
The workers’ compensation industry will face problems both new and familiar as it heads into 2020.
The law, which was designed to protect consumer’s privacy, may have unintended effects for the workers’ compensation and insurance industries.
Philadelphia-based law firm Pond, LeHocky, Stern and Giordano worked to get a workers’ compensation judge fired, but then she was reinstated.
Diversity drives innovation. Employers have an unparalleled opportunity to gain the performance and insights of a diverse and inclusive workforce.
The budding telemedicine industry promises to bring medical care to those who can’t access it, but professional liability issues could pose problems.
Burnout, which can cause employees to become distracted and feel lethargic, can create workplace safety issues.
A new report found that workers’ compensation patients are more likely to receive physical therapy treatments and attend more appointments than those in group health.
While safety efforts have been dedicated to preventing falls or crushing injuries, more can be done to prevent these five common work injuries.
Direct messaging capability connects providers and pharmacies with the information they need to deliver optimal patient care.
These jobs don’t appear risky, but BLS data shows that workers in this sector are getting injured more frequently than those on the factory floor.
Omar Taha, senior director of continuous improvement at One Call, shared how his research on continuous improvement can help improve care for injured workers.
Because health care plays a big role in workers’ compensation, it is no surprise that the idea of pricing transparency is starting to trickle into the industry.
Paradigm’s chief executive officer of catastrophic care management, Kevin Turner details one crucial aspect that is bringing a holistic approach to workers’ comp: biopsychosocial analysis.