Peter Rousmaniere is widely known throughout the workers’ compensation industry, both for his writing and consulting experience. Based in the picture perfect New England town of Woodstock, VT, he is a regular on the conference circuit, and is deeply in tune with trends and developments within the industry. His passion is writing and presenting on issues largely related to immigration, and he maintains a blog on the subject at www.workingimmigrants.com.
Workforce growth in the United States is barely 1% a year. Work injury frequency continues to decline. Where can an insurer or TPA look to find any growth in business that is not by taking it away from ... Read More
The models for research which the Workers Compensation Research Institute has relied on since its founding have been right for its time. It now needs an additional model. That is why, in my view, ... Read More
Democratic control of the House of Representatives, secured by yesterday’s elections, appears likely to put the workers’ compensation system under the most intense Congressional scrutiny in ... Read More
The more we learn about brain injury, the more we find we need to learn — and act.
The scope of the brain injury problem in America, even after what has been learned from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars ... Read More
Private sector employers and their employees are continually challenged to manage health benefits and other non-occupational benefits. These benefits are unevenly distributed within the American workforce. ... Read More
Workers' Comp and the Creepy Advance of Technology This morning finds me in New Mexico. My 99-year-old father took a fall last week, and after a brief hospital stay, he has been placed in a nursing center for follow up care. As a result, I made last minute ...