At the beginning of the COVID-19 shutdown in Oklahoma, I was concerned about the ability to access decision makers for (1) injured workers who needed adequate medical treatment and weekly benefits to stay ... Read More
As states reopen, businesses will have to grapple with the challenges of creating a safe environment for both workforce and consumers. Employers have to address a range of issues like how to mitigate ... Read More
Look around in any industry, self-help arena, or in overall life improvement and you will find the topic of Mindfulness. There are books, apps, retreats, podcasts, pretty much any medium you can access ... Read More
I think we can all agree that 2020 sucks.
But as difficult as the first five months have been, “fall” in the title does not refer to civilization. Instead, it refers to the upcoming season from ... Read More
The workers’ compensation industry has taken an interesting shift during this pandemic and now more than ever we need compassion. While working with injured workers can be stressful depending on the ... Read More
The Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) industry (workers’ compensation, liability, and no-fault insurance) has been curious as to what to anticipate now that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ... Read More
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COVID's Impact on Work Comp -- Moody's View Moody’s report on the impact of COVID19 on workers’ compensation says stuff I agree with, namely:
Premium dollars will drop.
Rates will drop.
Claim counts will drop.
It also ...