Had a very interesting conversation with a work comp services exec earlier this week which got me thinking about “portals” – those internet entry points where payer staff can access bills, ... Read More
Readers of this blog know that it is extremely difficult for an employee to sue his or her employer or co-employee in civil court. That was proven again in Johns v. Wengerter, A-2053-17T1 (App. ... Read More
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has announced the opening of a docket to obtain information on the feasibility ... Read More
At the 2019 Advisen Casualty Insights Conference a panel discussed how risk managers view the current casualty insurance marketplace. The speakers were:
Barry Martin - EVP Old Republic Risk Management ... Read More
A Pennsylvania attorney recently authored When Judges Become Opponents: Balancing Your Duties to Client and Court on The Legal Intelligencer. He says his perspective is "as a younger attorney," and ... Read More
A new season has arrived, and it brings new changes within the healthcare industry. To help keep you informed about these issues and how they may affect you, we’ve compiled the most important industry ... Read More
The Center for Investigative Reporting recently published another revealing story on questionable workers’ comp claims handling at the Tesla factory in Fremont, California.
This April 2019 piece (see ... Read More
The 411 on Functional Capacity Evaluations A functional capacity evaluation (FCE) is a comprehensive series of test administered by an occupational therapist or a physical therapist who has had specialized training in performing a FCE. The ...