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In the case of Federated Insurance Co. v. Summit Pharmacy, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court challenged the state’s method of calculating pharmaceutical costs in workers’ compensation cases.
The double whammy of the Great Resignation and the Silver Tsunami has left adjusters strapped for talent. Training programs can help rehab the industry’s reputation and build loyalty among workers.
The passion claims professionals feel for their work was on full display during this lively discussion at National Comp, which focused on claims that go astray and those that toe the line.
As more states legalize marijuana, the question of when and how employers should screen for impairment becomes more pressing.
At National Comp, two experts shared tips to help workers’ comp claims investigators reduce fraud and protect employees’ interests.
A message of thanks from National Comp conference chair Michelle Kerr. Your feedback is appreciated, and we’ll see you next year!
COVID’s aftermath has revealed — and worsened — a hidden epidemic of workplace mental distress. Combating it will require holistic biopsychosocial solutions and earlier intervention.
Explore how new innovations in data collection and management can affect workers’ compensation claims outcomes.
This National Comp 2023 session looks to reflect on the most prominent workers’ comp medical trends of today.
Just how relevant is the future of artificial intelligence to the workers’ comp industry?
Recognizing and treating PTSD will be key for workers’ comp professionals as more states expand coverage for the condition.
At National Comp, four experts explore the use of technology to streamline the workers’ comp claim processes — and avoid lapses in the care of injured workers.
Meet the workers’ compensation panelists behind National Comp 2023’s most popular session: 60 Tips in 60 Minutes.
National Comp attendees are invited to share their thoughts on what workers’ comp challenges top the list moving into 2024.
Regardless of whether mental health is compensable in a state, a panel of experts at this year’s National Comp will explain why it pays to ensure that injured workers feel supported in their recovery journeys.
In this year’s National Comp keynote session, The Bowman Foundation’s Natasha Bowman will detail how employers can foster a work environment that puts employee mental health needs first.
Digital tools from AI to online training systems are helping prepare the next generation of claims talent.
As workers’ comp challenges grow, Healthesystems’ Kristine Kennedy lists the vital features to look for in benefit management solutions.
Given how difficult it is for them to obtain insurance, NFL teams must assume a great deal of risk — but the league is highly proactive at managing it.
When it comes to cannabis in the workplace, muddy policy is leaving comp in the lurch.
At this year’s National Comp, five women leaders across the workers’ comp space share what makes a good leader.