In 2020, you should be thinking about cybersecurity.
What is the hot topic for 2020? There are many subjects on the minds of workers' compensation professionals. It can be hard to keep up without ... Read More
Technology has truly revolutionized the way medical care is delivered to injured workers. We can now reach them in a variety of ways not possible a decade or two ago.
We know that early intervention ... Read More
What does 2020 hold for California workers’ comp?
You can self-test your visionary skills by taking the quiz below, the current version of the blog’s yearly call for soothsayers to test their ... Read More
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The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health ... Read More
Engaged employers need to keep a continual eye on safety within the workplace. According to the National Safety Council, 85 percent of all accidents could be prevented or reduced by having an effective ... Read More
Obtaining CMS recognition of state statutory limitations on medical care in order to limit the MSA allocation has always proven difficult, but not impossible. As those who have Georgia WC claims know, since ... Read More
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Iowans Aren't Buying Medicare for All
There’s a big problem with Sen Bernie Sanders’ Single Payer plan. [I think it is Sen Warren’s plan too, but she’s dithering these days.]
Nope, not the cost, not the “gubmint ...