At the 2017 IAIABC Annual Convention, Curtis Weber with High Voltage Consulting shared his story as a severely injured worker who went on to become a safety trainer and consultant.
Curtis was just a normal ... Read More
At the 2017 IAIABC Annual Conference Michele Hibbert-Iaobacci from Mitchell International gave a presentation on how telemedicine can change workers’ compensation.
The need for telemedicine on the ... Read More
At the 2017 IAIABC Annual Convention, a session discussed the challenges and potential of medical marijuana in workers’ compensation. The speakers were:
Matthew Fisher – Partner, Reinisch, ... Read More
At the IAIABC Annual Convention, Nicholas Trego, Clinical Operations Manager with the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation discussed their strategies to reduce inappropriate opioid consumption on ... Read More
At the IAIABC Annual Convention, Nicholas Trego, Clinical Operations Manager with the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation discussed their strategies to reduce inappropriate opioid consumption on claims. The ... Read More
While murders in the workplace make the six o’clock news, injuries due to physical assault in the workplace are much more common. Violence in the workplace is not a new issue but continues to be an issue far ... Read More
At the 2017 International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) Annual Convention, workers’ compensation regulators from around the nation discussed regulatory and policy ... Read More
When we think of employee safety, we generally think of occupational and industrial safety programs that control hazards and exposures. That is a critical component, but let’s take it a step further ... Read More
You want to make sure your injured workers get the benefits they need to recover and get back to work. At the same time, you don’t want to waste money on a claim unrelated to the workplace. That can be ... Read More