Knowing how age and mental health affect an injured worker’s need for physical therapy can help employers develop plans for a recovery roadmap and its impact on their resources.
Taking action immediately after an on-the-job injury can return employees to work faster and limit the chances that an isolated injury will lead to further claims. Implementing intelligent case management is the first step.
Musculoskeletal injuries are a major cost-driver in workers’ comp. New digital tools can improve claims outcomes and prevent injuries from occurring.
Is it time to change our relationship to NSAIDs, like Advil? What are the alternatives?
This National Comp session discussed how employers can best equip their workers to lessen the frequency of neck and back injuries.
From a pandemic whose effects are still being felt to continued labor shortages, there have never been more reasons for employers to look after their workers’ mental health.
A session at this year’s National Comp looked at how telemedicine has made a name for itself in the workers’ comp industry.
To increase employee safety in the workplace, South Bay Wire and Cable Company implemented an incentives program that achieved massive results.
Six experts will kick off the final day of National Comp 2022 with dozens of return-to-work lessons learned.
This National Comp session looks at how Miami-Dade County Public Schools kept its workers safe in the wake of COVID-19.
This National Comp session will look at how incentivizing best practices can be beneficial to both employer and employee.
AGCO Corp.’s Jackson operations transformed their workers’ comp program, earning the organization a 2022 Teddy Award.
INTEGRIS Health earns its second Teddy Award in recognition of how it has continually improved its workers’ comp and safety programs.
In part two of this two-part series, Michelle Despres of One Call shares the critical workers’ compensation lessons she learned after breaking her leg during a business trip.
This one-hour webinar will detail not only the primary obstacles to claims management mastery, but delve into potent solutions as identified in the 2021 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study.
Physical therapy is great. But work conditioning and work hardening are the true champions when it comes to rehabilitative care in workers’ comp.
Employers have the opportunity to invest in occupational health resources as a means to combat the continued Great Resignation.
Details of the successful workers’ comp program include a predictive modeling tool, an embedded claims advocate and an enhanced return-to-work program.
A recent MedRisk webinar discussed the usefulness of the biopsychosocial model when aiding return to work efforts.
At National Comp 2021, attendees heard firsthand from a PTSD survivor how virtual reality can be used to treat workplace trauma and pain.