At the 2020 WCRI Annual Research & Issues Conference, Dr Bogdan Savych with WCRI discussed their study reviewing how injuries, claims and outcomes vary by age.
The US population is aging. In 2000, ... Read More
At the 2020 WCRI Annual Research & Issues Conference, a session discussed perceptions vs reality with regard to generational differences in the workplace. The presenter was Dr Jennifer Deal, Senior ... Read More
Thoughts and questions before heading to the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute’s (WCRI) annual conference this week in Boston.
Despite the erstwhile efforts of certain folks to put a big ... Read More
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the risk of infection from the coronavirus is currently low, even for most workers. However, as an employer you may face questions ... Read More
The Washington Department of Health confirmed
on Saturday the first coronovirus-related death in the United States in Oregon and confirmed at least five additional coronavirus-related deaths ... Read More
Until recently, the word corona evoked an image of a clear, glistening longneck bottle of pale lager that pairs nicely with a summer afternoon down by the seaside. Add a wedge of green citrus fruit and ... Read More
A dozen years ago, there were lots of relatively small companies delivering specific services to work comp payers.
There were 10 PBMs. 5 bill review application and more diagnostic imaging vendors. Dozens ... Read More
When Should You Use the Services of a Field-based Case Manager?
Field-Based Case Management is the process of utilizing a Medical Case Manager to assist the claims professional with assuring appropriate, ... Read More
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