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These five exosuit and exoskeleton developments could lead to safer workplaces and better ergonomics in 2022.
California’s workers’ comp system is unsustainable. Here’s why.
As harvest season concludes, farmers should be aware of these fall and winter safety risks.
At National Comp 2021, attendees heard firsthand from a PTSD survivor how virtual reality can be used to treat workplace trauma and pain.
A session at 2021 National Comp discussed which trends and issues will be prominent in both 2022 and beyond.
A growing body of studies shows physical therapy plays a significant role in addressing long-term COVID-19 symptoms.
Cannabis, telemedicine and CMS changes are just a few of the trends that should be on radar for the workers’ comp community.
Workforce wellness consciousness is becoming more advanced, and that’s a good thing.
This guide can help you understand the regulations in your state.
General Mills has gone above and beyond in advocating for its injured workers, earning the company a 2021 Teddy Award.
Physical therapy and pain management intervention proved productive in replacing opioids as methods to control pain in injured workers.
Making sure frontline claims professionals are included in the conversations around how to prevent professional and personal burnout is necessary for them to thrive.
Kids’ Chance provides an opportunity for everyone in the workers’ comp industry to come together and make dreams come true for the children of injured workers.
When the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission worried first responders wouldn’t receive benefits from COVID, it enacted its own presumption laws, causing two trade associations to file suit.
Physical therapists could be the perfect resource for injured workers struggling with stress and other mental health issues.
A session at the National Ergonomics Conference and ErgoExpo will look at the concept of ergonomics gamification and how it can add value to ergonomics training programs.
To mitigate the heightened risks that come with managing medical data, workers’ compensation organizations need the right tools, strong visibility into their exposures, and an expert team that can respond to incidents.
Employers need to prepare for a wave of new laws legalizing cannabis.
This National Comp session provided a thought-provoking discussion on where the practice of telehealth is headed.
The ever-popular panel of Teddy winners at the National Comp conference delved into how compassion guided the award winners through success during COVID-19 and beyond.
The 2021 National Comp keynote focused on the challenges organizations have faced throughout the pandemic and the solutions they fostered.