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From shifts in drug costs to state-based workers’ comp system restructuring efforts, these are the trends workers’ comp professionals need to make sure they’re paying attention to.
Significant workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
The increase in ambush-style assaults on police officers could make it challenging to obtain workers’ comp coverage for law enforcement.
State official says work should begin immediately on the creation of a fee schedule that is fair and based on the real costs of health care in New Hampshire.
Feedback on the best of last year’s National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo is fueling plans for the 2015 conference.
Both houses overwhelmingly approved legislation renewing the federal terrorism insurance backstop, to industry leaders’ great relief.
Telemedicine can help combat an impending physician shortage and possibly lower cost of care for workers’ comp payers.
A recent court ruling reverses a prior decision, which found that the potential for armed robbery in the workplace was a normal working condition.
As social and other media buzz with opinions about the repercussions of TRIA’s expiration, workers’ comp professionals ponder the immediate questions of how it will affect policies and pricing.
A new ruling from the Florida Supreme Court could unravel a circuit court assertion that the state’s workers’ comp law is unconstitutional.
An integrated approach to employee health can help companies stay on top of regulations.
The North Pole is one of the safest workplaces in the world, thanks to the top-down leadership style of its internationally recognized CEO.
An ex-employee’s injury on a factory floor may not be compensable, but raises liability questions.
The demanding task of nurse case management grows ever more complicated.
Failure to support safety programs will incur the cost of more complex claims.
A drive to mitigate psychosocial factors exposes questions about defining them.
Fee schedule increases in California will impact payers significantly. However, it might help ensure access to care.
Transportation safety in the oil and gas industry is being challenged by increased production.
Proposal forms for professionals wishing to speak at the 2015 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo are now available with a Feb. 6, 2015 deadline for submissions.
Creating and embracing a culture of return to work requires extensive education, training and commitment from all managers.
When the Florida employee of a Texas company is injured in Ohio, a battle over the claim’s jurisdiction rages.