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This year six brokers were selected as Workers’ Comp Power Brokers. One was named a finalist.
In the case of Federated Insurance Co. v. Summit Pharmacy, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court challenged the state’s method of calculating pharmaceutical costs in workers’ compensation cases.
New Jersey broadens workers’ compensation for emergency responders, covering post-shift cardiac events or strokes and easing the proof burden for families to receive benefits.
Technology drives innovation in claims handling while keeping the focus on improving outcomes.
A wide array of clinical expertise can help PBM pharmacists offer the best possible service to payers.
The time is now! Submit a proposal to speak at National Comp 2024 in Las Vegas.
Blended business and leisure travel, increased geopolitical risks and other factors have many risk managers taking a look at their travel insurance policies.
We sat down with Olivia North-Menthonnex and Arianna Jewell to talk about their experiences with the organization and its impact on their ability to achieve their goals.
The surprising findings of a recent study challenge common assumptions about workers’ comp outcomes — and reveal the true extent of biopsychosocial factors’ influence.
At National Comp 2023, Risk & Insurance sat down with myMatrixx president Mike Cirillo to discuss the changes affecting the pharmacy benefit manager space.
VR and psychedelics could prove a game changer in workers’ compensation PTSD treatments — but acceptance of these modalities must come first.
In conversation, Gallagher Bassett’s Johnny Taylor shares his thoughts on physician dispensing, behavioral health and more.
While changing consumer demands, tech and treatment options add to the liability risks facing mental health care providers, there are resources they can leverage to continue delivering quality care.
A new report from International Suppliers Networld unveils alarming trends in serious injuries and fatalities across key industries, highlighting the urgent need for enhanced safety measures.
New technologies are changing the way adjusters approach claims handling.
The decline in opioid prescribing is reshaping pharmacy costs in workers’ comp, allowing a more diverse range of concerns to come to the fore.
From talent shortages to increasingly complex claims, these are the most pressing challenges for the workers’ comp industry, according to a recent Risk & Insurance survey of its stakeholders.
From shifts in drug costs to state-based workers’ comp system restructuring efforts, these are the trends workers’ comp professionals need to make sure they’re paying attention to.
Over 90% of musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries can be treated without surgery — especially now that we have sophisticated biomarker data to inform the severity and recovery of MSK injuries.
With the goal of driving efficiency for every stakeholder in the workers’ comp system, Concentra has embarked on the development of next-generation technology solutions to make claim navigation and information-sharing easier.