Light Duty Works, If You Do

The longer an injured employee is off work, the less likely they are to ever return. Light duty work is a great way to give injured employees a purpose and facilitate quicker recovery. There are challenges, but it is important to utilize vocational rehabilitation efficiently. In this session at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation and […]

InsurTech Artificial Intelligence: New Technology Impacting Claims World

Session presented by: Jeffrey Austin White – Senior Vice President, Workers’ Compensation – Gallagher Bassett The pace of change in claims and risk management persists at an ever-increasing rate with disruption driven by InsurTech entities and the advanced technologies they are providing insurance operations. This session at the 2018 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference […]

Improved Decision Making: The Evolution of Data, Analytics and Technology

George Furlong – Senior Vice President, Managed Care Program Outcomes Analysis – Sedgwick Stephany A. Rockwell – Risk Manager, Risk Management Finance – JBS As workers’ compensation program success becomes increasingly dependent on how data can be used to take action, this session at the 2018 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference takes a pragmatic […]

The Five Pillars of Wellbeing: Helping Injured Workers Back to Total Wellbeing

A panel of experts explores the five pillars that support wellbeing during this session at the 2018 WCI conference. This includes social wellbeing, community wellbeing, financial wellbeing, career wellbeing, and physical wellbeing. The panel included: Cari I. Miller, Director and Counsel, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. (moderator) Kirstin Horan, PhD, Department of Psychology, College of Sciences, […]

Improving Claims/Medical Communication Through the IME Process

In this session at the 2018 WCI conference, Dr. Repp moderated a discussion among leading IME physicians and from the claims/legal side of the industry about the appropriate techniques, correspondence skills, and medical skills necessary to obtain the most effective IME. The panel included: Cori Repp, MD, Florida Director of Medical Operations,Concentra (moderator) Jorge Trujillo, […]

How to Facilitate an Executive-Level Cyber Crisis Management Exercise

This session at the RIMS 2018 Annual Conference was led by Sean Murphy, Chief Executive Officer of Lootok, Ltd., and Ben Densham, CTO of Nettitude. According to research developed by Cybersecurity Ventures, cyber crises are estimated to cost $2 trillion by 2019 and $6 trillion annually by 2021. Cyber security spending on products and services […]


Protecting Your Employees and Enterprise Against the Hidden Threat of Workplace Bullying

Each year, workers’ compensation, sexual harassment and discrimination claims and lawsuits start with bullying. Employees play a critical role in helping your organization to understand the implications and develop and implement strategies to eliminate this ugly hazard. A session at the RIMS 2018 Annual Conference discussed how to protect your employees from hidden workplace violence. […]

Evolving Casualty Challenges: A Buyer’s Perspective

Disruption is quickly becoming a constant in the insurance business today. Autonomous vehicles, wearable devices and the gig economy are just some of the new technologies currently shaping the liability and employment landscape. But what’s next? In this session at the 2018 Advisen Casualty Insights Conference, casualty insurance buyers discussed the evolving challenges to their […]

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 […]

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