Blending Oversight and Empowerment to Maximize TPA Results

This session at the 2017 National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference offered a behind-the-scenes look at how to build a relationship with third-party administrators (TPA) that drives claims results. Speakers included: Caroline Burhenne, Regional Client Service Manager, PMA Companies Caryl Russo, Senior Vice President Corporate Care, RWJBarnabas Health To create an effective partnership, both employer […]

The Current State of Wearable Technology in Workers’ Compensation

Engaging wearable technology in risk management programs empowers both employers and employees to take control of work site safety. This session at the 2017 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference presented by Thomas Ryan of Willis Towers Watson, Michael Skorup of dosaVi USA, and Todd Dreby of Randstad USA discussed the current capabilities of wearable […]

Integration Is the Key to Managing Claim Complexities

In this session at the 2016 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference, workers’ compensation medical-treatment experts explained how an integrated view of a patient’s medical history and treatment course can reveal the full spectrum of factors impacting claim costs and clinical outcomes to better guide claims management decisions.  Speakers included:  Silvia Sacalis, Vice President, Clinical […]

America’s Claims Event

On June 22-24, 2016, Conference Chronicles will be blogging from America’s Claims Event (ACE) in Minneapolis, MN For two decades, ACE has been a leader in bringing together the decision makers in the areas of property and casualty and auto insurance, as well as risk management and workers’ comp. The conference offers tracks in risk […]

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