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Coronavirus isn’t the only illness employers need to fear when they return to the office. Stagnant plumbing systems make Legionnaires’ Disease a top concern.
Return-to-work delays, physical pain and treatment non-adherence are all in play when an injured worker has PTSD.
As hospitals focus on fighting COVID-19, many other types of care and procedures have been suspended. How will that affect workers’ comp?
Mental health components to a claim may send adjusters spiraling. Debunking these myths will help them better care for injured workers and cut back on claims costs.
Workers’ comp entered 2020 from a position of strength, but the pandemic and an economic downturn present challenge.
Older workers may be more vulnerable, but their experience is indispensable, which is why it’s important to protect them with ergonomics.
New technologies and medical innovations are coming. Is workers’ comp ready?
Teaching employees proper body mechanics can help prevent injuries and reduce musculoskeletal risk.
As we shift to working remotely, Zoom fatigue and other conditions illustrate the toll tech takes on our bodies.
This year’s Mental Health Month is like no other. The coronavirus pandemic, the stay-at-home directives and the economic downturn has had an impact on everyone’s mental health.
COVID-19 may be making it difficult for chronic pain patients to access care. Here’s what workers’ comp can do to help.
A recent report looks at how the economic effects of COVID-19 are hitting workers’ compensation.
A recent report found that one-fourth of U.S. employees are feeling burnout due to the novel coronavirus.
Pritchard and Jerden’s Steve Heinen has dedicated his career to learning about and improving the workers’ comp industry.
The bridge between between a high-performance workforce and a peak-safety workplace might be wider than meets the eye.
Can advancements in artificial intelligence that are being implemented in the auto insurance realm find traction in workers’ compensation?
A recent NCCI examined how frequently claims exceeding $1 million occurred over the last 15 years.
New technologies promise better treatment plans and faster recovery, but do carriers and brokers think they’re worth the money?
The youngest baby boomers will retire in 2030. Workers’ comp needs to start preparing for their knowledge transfer now.
Humans are creatures of habit, which is why improper implementation of ergonomics could cause emotional and physical tension in the workplace.