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This latest study was held in response to stakeholder suggestions to NCCI that mega claims may be increasing in frequency and severity.
Several states have intensified investigations and criminal prosecutions of employers skirting the workers’ comp system.
In getting safety program funding, an actuary is a risk manager’s ally.
Pharmacy benefit managers are looking beyond opioids to identify other key risks negatively impacting costs and outcomes.
Why staffing agencies — and their clients — need to step up safety training.
A growing number of physicians are turning to pharmacogenetics to evaluate how workers’ comp claimants will respond to prescription drugs based on a patient’s genetic makeup.
Regardless of industry type, older workers generate consistently higher average workers’ comp costs.
Learn how to succeed with an unbundled claims management approach.
New workers are more likely to suffer heat related illnesses, but simple tips can ensure safety this summer.
Why did an appeals court find that an injured worker was eligible for comp, even though he tested positive for cocaine and admitted using it?
A benchmarking study of claims organizations documented limited availability of formal job training.
More leaders are looking past the organization’s silos in search of gains in health care and workers’ comp performance.
The addition of six Canadian jurisdictions to a new workers’ comp report may help foster improved understanding of similarities and differences among all jurisdictions.
Significant workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
Travelers Risk Index reveals medical cost inflation concerns business owners and executives most.
Amusement parks must balance the desires of customers and the need for safety measures.
The demand for energy drinks is sparking increased focus on safety and liability issues.
OSHA is cracking down on employers suspected of violating whistleblower protection provisions.
Doctors are interested in finding out how they compare to their peers.
Legislating employee choice in pharmaceutical purchase and delivery is a tricky business.
A stock room clerk’s claim of a low back injury that bars her from working gets thrown out after she’s caught shoveling heavy snow.