Nancy Grover is the Director, Media Services for WorkersCompensation.com. She comes to our company with more than 35 years as a broadcast journalist and communications consultant.
Grover’s specialties include insurance, workers’ compensation, financial services, substance abuse, healthcare and disability. For 12 years she served as the Program Chair of the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo. A journalism/speech graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, Grover also holds an MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Physical therapy initiated within three months of a musculoskeletal injury reduces the likelihood that a patient will use opioids. An analysis of nearly 90,000 ... Read More
Sarastoa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) A dangerous class of drugs is increasingly being prescribed for back aches and chronic pain. They can cause physical dependence, addiction, overdose and even death. ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompenstion.com) - Snow, rain, heat and gloom of night might not be such a big deal but 40-below temperatures are enough to give the U.S. Postal Service pause for thought. Several states ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompenstion.com) - An increase in administrative burdens, frustrations with new technological requirements and less time available to spend with patients are among the causes of ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Medicare doesn’t cover acupuncture; but it does cover chiropractic visits. That information is especially important to injured workers who have settled their ... Read More
What started as a few guiding principles scratched out on a paper napkin has led to a multimillion dollar pilot program in 8 states — funded by the federal government. It brings together physicians, ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Why are workers’ compensation benefits as a share of payroll at their lowest level since 1980? While some say it’s due to an erosion of benefits caused by ... Read More
New York’s Workers’ Compensation Board may be hoping the third time is the charm to adopt a drug formulary. A notice of proposed rule making was published in the State Register this week. While ... Read More