2014 NWCDC

Spotlight on Sessions: Wednesday, Nov. 19

We've picked out four sessions we think you may find informative.
By: | November 19, 2014

Improving Claim Outcomes / MM1

Today: 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Effective partnerships between employers and payers can make all the difference when it comes to delivering top quality care and achieving successful workers’ comp claim outcomes. Panelists include Randy Triplett, workers’ compensation & integrated disability manager at Goodyear, and Jane Ish, vendor and network programs at Helmsman/Liberty Mutual.

Workers’ Comp Insurance Exposed / PM1

Today: 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

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Leaders of the nation’s largest workers’ comp carriers reveal what lies ahead for insurance claims and underwriting. Panelists include Chris Irving of Travelers, Russell Johnston of American International Group, and Debbie Michel of Liberty Mutual; moderated by Eric Silverstein of Lockton.

Risk Scenarios Live! / CM2

Today: 2:30 – 3:45 p.m.

An expert panel analyzes the handling of a hypothetical, yet realistic, complex claim, depicting the event and navigating audience members through the claim’s potential pitfalls. Panelists include Tracey Davanport, director-national managed care at the Argo Group, Dr. Robert Goldberg, chief medical officer at Healthesystems; and Dr. Kurt Hegmann, director of The Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational & Environmental Health.

WC Programs Save Harley-Davidson $3.5M/ DM2

Today: 2:30 – 3:45 p.m.

The iconic motorcycle company has seen a 68 percent reduction in workers’ comp claims and a 63 percent drop in costs with its integrated approach to occupational and non-occupational injuries. Panelists include Harley-Davidson’s Sue Gartner, corporate health services HR manager; and Beth Mrozinsky, corporate safety and health HR director.

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