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Occupational exoskeletons present a transformational opportunity for the insurance industry to catalyze workplace safety and drive down workers’ comp costs.
Could workplace wearables bring privacy concerns to workers’ comp?
In the workplace, wearables are becoming more popular than ever. But in order to implement this growing technology, understanding the different types and abilities is a must.
The wearable-in-the-workplace industry is booming, with new tech coming out every day. So how can you find the best vendor for your business?
With other lines entering hard markets, workers’ compensation policyholders should start asking themselves how much longer their rates can keep dropping.
Burnout, which can cause employees to become distracted and feel lethargic, can create workplace safety issues.
Special announcement from Risk & Insurance.
At the close of NWCDC, an expert panel offered a spectrum of actionable advice for maximizing patient medical outcomes and targeting resources where they can do the most good.
Erica Fichter of Broadspire, a Crawford Company, details some of the top strategies used to get injured workers back to work and productivity.
Meet the panelists of one of NWCDC’s most anticipated sessions, ’60 Tips in 60 Minutes – Avoiding Medical Mismanagement’s Claims Fallout.’
Using AI, Susan Shemanski freed up 3/4 of her safety manager team to focus on injury prevention. The result: a stunning 47% reduction in injury severity.
Everything you need to know about workers’ compensation insurance so you choose the best and most effective coverage for your employees and business.
Big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning are driving a shift in the way insurers approach risk and could fundamentally change the business model over the long term.
Attendees of the 2018 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference shared their thoughts on the challenges and trends unfolding ahead.
Industries with higher rates of soft tissue injury can help better protect workers with ergonomic sensors. A recent pilot program with five companies demonstrates compelling benefits.
After implementing an early intervention program, one company brought its $2 million musculoskeletal discomfort bill down to under $500. Here’s how they did it.
When an athlete is injured, trainers rush in and assist the player to the bench for treatment. A large chain of discount stores, 99 Cents Only, implemented the same model for workplace injuries.
Automation may help companies prevent common injuries, but it’s not time to ease diligence on safety.
Several trends in the construction industry are feeding the rise of wood-framed construction – and construction fires.
At Rochester Regional Health, the workers’ comp and safety team champion employee engagement and positive reinforcement.