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These five exosuit and exoskeleton developments could lead to safer workplaces and better ergonomics in 2022.
It’s time that workers’ comp modernizes their patient intake processes, neither benefitting doctors or injured workers.
For workers’ compensation personnel who face supply chain shortages and delays to providing injured worker care, there are some effective strategies to mitigate disruptions.
Executives from Enlyte provided their perspective on the impact of pharmacy, (including medical marijuana), return to work and mental health treatment trends in the field of workers’ compensation.
Several drivers of costly workplace absences can be prevented with the right methods and programs in place.
A recent study by WCRI compares data and pricing points between in-person health care visits and telemedicine.
A survey from the National Safety Council gives a comprehensive view of marijuana use in the workplace and the safety concerns it poses.
Over 480 workers’ compensation stakeholders share their key considerations for the industry as we move into 2022 and beyond.
Nearly 10% of people who experience mild COVID-19 infections have symptoms that persist beyond two weeks. Will this create a disability crisis?
Smartphone apps have joined the fight against the mental health crisis. Here’s how they can serve as a beneficial tool.
Workers’ compensation is enduring a painful shortage of Spanish-speaking nurses.
In the third installment of this series, Dr. John C. Peters discusses how reducing claim costs also presents a behavioral science challenge.
From COVID-19 compensability disputes to whether marijuana is reimbursable, here are four litigation trends shaping workers’ comp.
A recent MedRisk webinar discussed the usefulness of the biopsychosocial model when aiding return to work efforts.
We haven’t seen the worst of the workforce behavioral health crisis. Reaching the employees who won’t reach out is key.
The dangers of dual prescribing and the sometimes staggering differential in the cost of prescription medications were two notable findings in a study by WCRI.
Utilizing claims reviews as an effective case management strategy is a sensible and necessary approach in workers’ compensation.
With the pandemic negatively impacting the mental health of 36% of U.S. adults, according to a recent NAMI study, providing support at work is now a business imperative.
Data highlights pre-pandemic trends, but expert anticipates substantial impact to come.
Make workers’ comp claim management and recovery easier for workers by reducing the cognitive load and executive function required.