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The pre-conference session focused on executive privilege and how women can use it to push their careers forward.
The onset and impact of the pandemic left many workers feeling stressed and burnt out. Assistance from employers is necessary.
After the last 18 months, organizations must have a clear plan to remain resilient in even the most turbulent of times.
Ahead of National Comp, the panelists of the session “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Physical Therapy Spending” share their journeys into the industry.
The next generation of workers’ comp claims professionals will need insurers to intelligently use technology to make the work more satisfying and less stressful.
At National Comp, panelists will discuss how claims philosophy, employee engagement, comorbidities, psycho-social issues, and pain management affect recovery.
Learn more about the University of Colorado’s data-driven model of the biopsychosocial factors that can drive some claims off the rails, at an information-packed session at National Comp 2021.
The term “industrial athlete” isn’t new, but interest in this approach to keeping workers fit and safe is on the rise.
A myriad of state and local laws and abrupt shifts from one administration to the next are creating challenges for employers trying to stay on top of it all.
Now that we’ve experienced an outbreak like COVID-19, business and organizations must be prepared to mitigate communicable disease risk moving forward.
Promoting a healthy workers’ compensation culture is necessary to its overall success. This National Comp session looks at how to not only promote a successful program, but a safe one.
Working to integrate VR as a new method of treatment has led to new insights on how organizations approach workers’ comp claims.
As the world gets used to video conferences as a normal course of professional and social interaction, rehabilitation is coming to the fore with advantages for patients, care givers, and payers
The transition back to the office has been challenging enough. Making sure employees are set up to avoid injury need not add to the complexity.
The 2021 workers’ compensation Power Brokers share industry insights.
The panelists for National Comp’s popular 60 Tips in 60 Minutes session share their mental health insights.
COVID-19 produced mental health setbacks for many. Employers need to not only address these issues but remain empathetic towards employees.
The premier workers’ compensation conference is slated for an in-person event in Las Vegas this October, with thought-provoking sessions and speakers.
COVID-19 accelerated the use of technology in claims. But a human touch is still necessary.
The pandemic has affected the number of ADA accommodation requests employers are seeing.