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A new report from NCCI found that self-driving cars could reduce workers’ comp claims costs. But many people remain afraid of the new technology.
Contrary to criticism, workers’ comp legislative reform is working for payers and employees alike.
A round-up of key workers’ comp developments in four states.
Respect and positive feedback are the basis of the behavior-based safety concept.
Insurers are trimming workers’ compensation policy periods amid terrorism backstop reauthorization uncertainty.
Many stakeholders still have a blind spot when it comes to the true cost of workers’ comp exposure risk.
Workers’ compensation insurance prices continue to rise, but significantly less than a year ago.
A round-up of key workers’ comp developments in three states.
NIOSH offers new tool to help safety and health professionals understand workers’ comp insurance and recordkeeping.
Workplace bullying costs employers $4 billion annually, including workers’ comp costs.
Legislation to regulate group health pharmacy benefit managers could impact workers’ comp payers.
Pitfalls to consider when shopping for a new claims management system.
Workforce drug use is on the decline, but abuse of opiates and amphetamines has more than doubled.
Recent cases have prompted a national initiative to find solution for protecting the needs and rights of temporary workers.
Roundtable offers suggestions for strategies to combat costly obesity.
Eight thought leaders in the workers’ comp industry share their top issues of concerns for the coming years.
A round-up of key workers’ comp developments across the country.
Florida’s E-Force program is proving effective in reducing prescription-related deaths and overall prescribing volume.
A new report offers guidance for continued efforts to place tight controls on opioid prescribing.
End benefits cap or find workers’ comp no longer an adequate remedy, attorneys argue.
WCRI says its research shows California’s utilization review process is working well, but others question UR’s application.