A session at this year’s National Comp looked at how telemedicine has made a name for itself in the workers’ comp industry.
Appointed this spring, Jeannine Foster details how she believes the business has grown stronger in recent years.
Data is at the center of workers’ compensation and Insurtech, making this a unique intersection of growth for insurance.
The use of analytics and even virtual reality to address behavioral health problems in workers’ comp claims are gaining more and more attention.
Younger tech-savvy workers want to make a difference with their work. Workers’ comp predictive models can help them do that.
Quiet quitting is the latest trendy hashtag, but what is it really and is it really detrimental to our workforce?
Carmen Sharp believes in putting her staff’s experience to good use to boost efficiency and provide outstanding customer service.
Getting a pulse on differences in employee perspectives around mental health could improve psychological safety in your organization.
Severe weather events affect every line of business, including workers’ compensation. Here are key takeaways for managing the comp risks associated with climate change.
Technology is changing the scope of treatment plans and helping to keep employees safer by stopping injuries before they happen.
Rooted in empathy and compassion, this dedicated workers’ comp team has delivered better care for workers and cost savings for the organization.
Enlyte’s compliance update looks at recent legislative decisions in the month of August and their impact on automotive casualty and workers’ comp.
Given their countless similarities, it makes sense for workers’ compensation to look to the experience and expertise of health insurance to learn better claims mitigation.
To increase employee safety in the workplace, South Bay Wire and Cable Company implemented an incentives program that achieved massive results.
The competition for talent among workers’ compensation service providers is fierce. Investing in new technology is of paramount importance to complete projects, meet service expectations, and retain the best talent.
Developing a MAP will go a long way in strategic workers’ comp claims management.
Six experts will kick off the final day of National Comp 2022 with dozens of return-to-work lessons learned.
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National Comp conference speaker Tammy Bradly shares key crisis care management insights ahead of the conference.
Opioid overprescription continues to present critical obstacles in the workplace. This National Comp 2022 panel will delve into the costs and benefits of long-term non-pharmacological pain management approaches that could help end the opioid crisis.