Remain Calm & Get Social

Social media is a leading form of communication today, yet the workers’ compensation industry has been a slow adopter. In this session at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference, leading industry social media experts discussed how industry stakeholders can utilize and benefit from these tools. Speakers included: Tom Kerr, Senior Product Marketing Manager […]

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Industry Bloggers Debate Top Workers’ Comp Issues

Top industry bloggers debated the hottest issues facing the workers’ compensation and risk management industry at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation and Risk Conference. Speakers included: Moderator: Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis at Safety National David DePaolo, President at WorkCompCentral.com, LLC Robert H. Wilson, President & CEO at WorkersCompensation.com, LLC Thomas A. […]

How to Establishing a Winning Team with Your TPA

This panel at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference shared a fresh approach for how employers can properly select and establish a winning long-term relationship with their third-party administrator (TPA). Panelists included Kurt Leisure, Vice President, Risk Services at The Cheesecake Factory Incorporated, and Katrina Zitnik, Senior Vice President at Sedgwick. The historical […]

Protecting Yourself Against State Audits

This session at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference highlighted the criteria measured in profile audit reviews and how employers can ensure compliance. Panelists included: Moderator: Michael W. Sullivan, General Managing Partner at Michael Sullivan & Associates LLP / Sullivan on Comp Drenée Miners, AVP/ Governmental Affairs at Gallagher Bassett Edward E. Canavan, […]

California Office of Self-Insurance Plans Update

At the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference, Jon Wroten, Chief at Office of Self-Insurance Plans, provided an status update on self-insurance in California, highlighting recent growth and future strategy for continuous improvement. 4.6 million California workers are covered by a self-insurance plan, which is a 15% increase over the last year. There is […]

Current Issues Related to MSA Compliance

This panel at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference dove into current issues and best practices with regards to Medicare Set-Asides (MSA).  Panelists included: Moderator: Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis at Safety National Kristine M. Wilson, Esq., MSCC, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel at Tower MSA Partners Jake Reason, […]

Wellness in the Workplace

This session at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference connected wellness and injury prevention in the workplace, including the importance of creating a corporate wellness program. Panelists included: Sue Parks, CEO at iCount Wellness Michael Simmons, MAOM, CSRM, Director, Risk Management at Riverside Community College District There are a lot of health issues […]

Best Practices in Catastrophic Claims Management

This panel at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference discussed the best practices in managing catastrophic claims to achieve the best possible outcome while proactively managing costs. Panelists included: Denise Evans, Director of Workers’ Compensation Claims at Staffmark Sherri Hickey, Director of Medical Management at Safety National Karen M. Derrico, RN, BSN, CCM, […]

Growing Trends in Cyber Insurance

This session at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference illustrated the latest trends related to cyber security and the new insurance products that are being developed in response to them. Panelists included: Scott Ritto, Senior Director, Risk Management at Kilroy Realty Corporation Jeff Phillips, Managing Director at PwC James Patterson, Cyber Specialist/Western Region, […]

Risk Management: Cracking the Code for a C-Suite Connection

The risk manager is very often the hub that manages everything around various aspects of a company’s workers’ compensation program, but they are only as effective as the understanding and support that they can gain from the C-Suite. This session at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference highlighted how to communicate and change […]

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