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A session at WCRI’s annual Issues & Research Conference will examine the mental health hurdles injured workers face.
After suffering an injury during pre-employment testing, a job candidate files a claim for workers’ comp.
Experts applaud progress in the battle against opioid abuse, but warn there is more work to be done.
Experiencing a countertrend in frequency, some employers see claims rise.
OSHA is urging employers to abolish procedures that force workers to text while driving in order to carry out their duties.
Industry leaders are calling on Congress to take decisive action on TRIA.
Workers’ comp market perceived as ‘balanced’ at long last.
Key workers’ comp-related regulatory developments across the country.
Ironically, opioid pain medications can induce chronic pain rather than suppress it.
A WCRI study shows notably high narcotics use among injured workers in New York and Louisiana.
To reduce ergonomic exposures, employers must be willing to factor in key numbers.
Members of the 2014 NWCDC Advisory Board represent a wide range of specialties.
Proper claim screening can reduce misclassification and unnecessary costs.
Key workers’ comp legal developments from around the country.
Key workers’ comp news from Ohio, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.
The success of Texas’ closed formulary for workers’ comp is piquing the interest of other states seeking savings.
Study findings could help employers target wellness efforts.
An outcomes-based litigation strategy calls for benchmarking workers’ compensation attorney performance.
A new rule for Connecticut’s workers’ comp patients could lead to poorer outcomes.
ICD-10 delays increase training costs and frustrations, but implementation will pay off.
New definition of “employee” in commercial goods transportation industry curbs misclassification.