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After the last 18 months, organizations must have a clear plan to remain resilient in even the most turbulent of times.
Many factors need to be considered in order to ensure physical therapy is successful, which includes the time physical therapy is introduced to clear communication between provider and injured worker.
Under the PAID Act, which goes into effect in December, payers won’t be subject to surprise recovery efforts, resulting in fewer potential legal actions.
Truck driving often means shift work, which allows for drowsy driving and can lead to more crashes and injuries for workers and others on the road.
Workers’ comp self-insureds can use surety bonds to guarantee they can pay claims within their retention.
One study shows no significant delay in workers’ compensation care occurred during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A potential labor shortage could be the result of the pandemic, but there are several factors could help employers adjust.
A recent study by the Institute of Labor Economics highlights the correlation between rising temperatures and worker injuries in California.
Risk & Insurance honors four entities with the Teddy Award for Excellence within the workers’ comp industry.
Alternate risk transfer vehicles are getting more attention these days in workers’ compensation, given how much the pandemic pressured some business models.
Susan Webb made her mark as a Workers’ Compensation Power Broker by being an acute listener, and helping clients navigate the complex workers’ comp legal and regulatory environment.
After a gunman killed nine employees, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority could face multiple workers’ compensation claims.
Johnson & Johnson, Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen and McKesson have reached a $26 billion deal with state attorneys general that would release them from all civil liability in the opioid epidemic.
Employees want remote work to continue. Here’s how to make their safety a priority.
The Americans with Disabilities Act is the standard for equal employment opportunity and advancement, but employers must also review their state laws on the matter to remain compliant and fair.
The team at Saint Peter’s Health Care System revamped its workers’ comp program to great success — reducing injuries by 58% in four years.
Another year brings us another set of exceptional workers’ compensation programs to honor and emulate.
Stephens Insurance broker Brian Chance details his unexpected path to the industry and explains why it aligns with what makes him tick.
Listening to his customers and listening to his team. Mike Arbour closes in on the anniversary of being named CEO of Sedgwick.
Jeff Breskin of EPIC shares his brokering story, from his roots at Liberty Mutual through his dedication as a broker in the workers’ comp space.
Joe Van Winkle of SABABA Health Group shares how to incorporate functional data in addressing both the physical and mental health concerns of an injured worker.