Having health insurance reduces your risk of dying.
Intuitively, this makes sense; you get cancer diagnoses and treatment, colon cancer screening, access to drugs and behavioral health treatment and flu ... Read More
Frequent readers of my blog may recall my multiple articles on different aspects of the epidemic as it relates to the workers’ compensation industry, and how CompAlliance has structured their ... Read More
We are in holiday season. Many private and public entities have holiday parties this time of year, and inevitably there will be accidents either going to or from the party or perhaps slipping and ... Read More
At a seminar in November, I got an earful about social media. The presentation claimed that each second of the day there are: 9,000+ tweets sent, 50,000+Google searches, 2,000,000+ emails sent, 2,000+ ... Read More
The state of Ohio, among the hardest hit in the nation for opioid overdose deaths, has undertaken a number of measures to meet the crisis as it has evolved. A review of opioid use in the injured worker ... Read More
Growing awareness of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) requires members of the claim management team and other interested stakeholders to learn, and understand more about these complex injuries. This includes ... Read More
Important workers’ compensation legislation is quickly advancing as the current 2018-2019 legislative session comes to a close. A bill increasing the recovery for injuries to hands and feet, also ... Read More
A wildfire insurance crisis led the California regulators to call for the first-ever statewide non-renewal moratorium. Last week, California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara issued a ... Read More
With the wonder of snowfall come falls and not of the Niagara type. No, we’re talking about the bone breaking, tendon tearing, ligament loosening, and brain bruising kind of fall that happens when a ... Read More
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