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Changes in paid parental leave, mental health concerns, and the use of marijuana in the workplace are among the workplace disability trends to watch in 2020.
Modified duty and return-to-work programs are making a comeback.
Two employee injuries at the same company produce two very different outcomes.
How the mix of necessary medical services might shift when claims remain open for years.
DMEC attendees shared their experiences with integrating absence and disability management programs, as well as wellness and employee assistance offerings.
Historically, the outcome of integrated disability management programs has been a mixed bag. It’s time to re-imagine this concept and revisit the approach.
A new rule for Connecticut’s workers’ comp patients could lead to poorer outcomes.
Researchers estimate that workplace exposure is the source of up to 6 percent of all cancers worldwide.
Treatment costs for four new covered cancers may be up to $5 million a year.
Evidence shows aggressive care may improve injury outcomes.
Fear of losing benefits is keeping the disabled from rejoining the workforce.
Guidance for proposing speakers and topics to present at the national conference.
Programs to decrease prolonged sitting during the day could reduce workers’ comp claims.
End benefits cap or find workers’ comp no longer an adequate remedy, attorneys argue.
A routine back injury evolves into chronic pain.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
There’s no way that a man of the cloth would lie about an injury, right?
A young baggage handler’s injury claim is crushing – literally.