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How data mining and predictive analytics can be used to design a return-to-work program that addresses psychosocial issues and other barriers to successful claim outcomes.
With everything employers have on their plates, why should they care about Medicare Set-Asides, or MSAs? The main reason is: MSAs facilitate workers’ compensation settlements.
New employees are disproportionately likely to sustain an injury on the job, so extra care and attention during their first year on the job can make an outsized impact.
Application deadline March 24, 2023. Nominate an organization for the 2023 Teddy Award today!
Share your knowledge and inspire the workers’ comp community. Submit a proposal to speak at National Comp 2023 in September.
Four workers perished due to COVID-19, which they allegedly contracted on the job. One of the deceased’s widow’s is suing for workers’ comp benefits.
Stakeholders from across the workers’ comp industry listed the top challenges their organizations faced this past year in a survey conducted by Risk & Insurance at National Comp and online.
Is it time to change our relationship to NSAIDs, like Advil? What are the alternatives?
A 2022 Power Broker offers his perspective on what’s shaping the future of the industry.
As more recent data becomes available, the pandemic’s long-term effects on workers’ compensation are gradually becoming clear.
By offering preventive cancer screenings, employers take an active role in employees’ health, potentially reducing future costs associated with cancer treatment.
This National Comp session discussed how employers can best equip their workers to lessen the frequency of neck and back injuries.
Author Genevieve Hawkins explains the complex layers of an effective workplace mental health strategy.
Oct. 1 changes from CMS potentially alter processes for industry stakeholders, most notably in the conditional payment reimbursement arena.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused workers’ comp costs to fluctuate in 2020, breaking with recent trends in some unexpected ways.
Increased productivity and cost savings are just two benefits of artificial intelligence systems.
From a pandemic whose effects are still being felt to continued labor shortages, there have never been more reasons for employers to look after their workers’ mental health.
Talent shortages and a need for new technologies remain top concerns for workers’ compensation professionals.
A session at this year’s National Comp looked at how telemedicine has made a name for itself in the workers’ comp industry.