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On-Demand Webinar: Key Economic Factors Impacting the Cost of Ancillary Services in Workers’ Compensation

Labor shortages and material costs are greatly impacting the ability of claims managers to provide ancillary benefits to injured workers. Increased communication and supply chain management will be vital to manage this growing risk.
By: | April 8, 2021

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When workers suffer catastrophic injuries, it’s just a part of human nature to want to heal them and ease their suffering. But several economic factors are converging to make that vital task more difficult and more expensive. A labor shortage in the construction trades and spiking materials costs are just two factors that are delaying home modification projects and adding costs and concerns to claims management. Add to that the quarantine mandates due to Covid-19 and you have a recipe for frustration and confusion.

But not all is lost or hopeless. There are risk management approaches that those managing books of claims should consider to better manage costs and better maintain the quality of care for those injured workers who need it most. This one-hour webinar will unsparingly detail the economic challenges facing the home modification piece of workers’ compensation claims management and delve into solutions that make sense for practitioners and providers.

Who should attend this webinar?

  • Claims Adjustors
  • Claims Organization Leaders
  • Risk Managers
  • Workers’ Compensation Insurers
  • Third Party Administrators
  • Medical Management Service Providers

 




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