A double session at the virtual ErgoExpo conference will delve into the practical realities of planning, establishing and maintaining ergonomics programs that deliver the most benefits for users and the greatest ROI for C-suites.
In an effort to address the workers’ comp talent gap crisis, The Transitions launched its year-long webinar series. Experts from the workers’ comp industry plan to delve into various solutions to attract a new generation of talent.
Advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP), along with data analytics and system integration, support stronger claims processes that bring out the best of what claims teams can offer injured workers.
It’s more important than ever that we reach out, connect, and share what we know. National Comp’s 2021 conference is the place to do that. Submit a proposal today to be considered for our 2021 Conference Program.
A recent WCRI study found that initiation of physical therapy within the first two weeks post-injury is associated with lower medical utilization and costs and shorter duration of temporary disability.
Representatives of every facet of the workers’ comp industry ranked the factors and trends they view as most disruptive. While most present new challenges, some could bring positive change to the industry.