Blending Technology with Human Touch

At the 2023 Workers’ Compensation Institute Educational Conference, presenters provided an in-depth review of strategies, tools, and innovations to assist employers with Return to Work (RTW) initiatives. Uncovering the resources for employers to prioritize Return to Work programs, this session discusses the latest technology trends, artificial intelligence, and how the human touch helps promote workplace […]

Carrier Resources to Help Drive Down Losses

Are you using the benefits provided by your insurance partners to their maximum benefit? Are you familiar with available training resources? Are your loss runs customized to fit the goals of your organization? Between the analytical capabilities of your TPA, the on-site training and specialized services of your excess carrier, and the business management insight […]

What Does Medical Care for Workers’ Compensation Look Like in the Future?

The medical care and recovery environment of an injured worker largely determines the outcome of a workers’ compensation claim. New medical technology, expanded telehealth, and AI have all contributed to the effectiveness of this process, offering a more holistic approach. In this session at WCI’s 2023 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference, a panel discussed what medical […]

Advanced Technologies: How are They Shaping Driver Behaviors?

Autonomous vehicle technologies can improve driver behaviors and ultimately eliminate collisions. In this session at RIMS 2021, Rich Bleser, SVP – Fleet Safety and Specialty Practice Leader for Marsh Advisory shares insight into the value of advanced technologies for fleets of all sizes and demographics. Current State of the Fleet Environment With a rise in […]

The Drones Have It – Flying Your Way into Workers’ Compensation

As risk management evolves with technology, one of the new ways to reduce risk and injury is through drone use. This session at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation and Retail, Restaurant and Hospitality Conference explored how drones are affecting scene investigation, accident reconstruction, surveillance, monitoring disabilities, claims settlements and exposure reduction. Speakers included: Alicia DePalma, […]

Is It a Bot World? Can Digitized Claims Replace Human Touch?

Technology continues to evolve and many parts of our jobs are going digital. This includes solutions for third party administrators and claims managers. In this session at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation and Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference, panelists discussed the need for human contact with the claims professional and their skill for handling claims […]

Age of Technology – Managing Workers Compensation Claims and Litigation Today

Technology has become ingrained in our daily lives, both at home and work. The workers’ compensation claims management process can benefit from the advent of wearable devices and social media, but careful consideration should be given to issues and perspectives of the employer, administrator, insurer and injured worker. In this session at the 2020 CLM […]

Workers’ Compensation Issues to Watch and COVID-19

In this session at the WSIA 2020 Annual Conference, Kimberly George, Senior Vice President for Corporate Development, M&A, and Healthcare for Sedgwick, and Mark Walls, Vice President for Communications and Strategic Analysis for Safety National, discuss the major issues affecting workers’ compensation this year and how COVID-19 has drastically impacted each. Election Impact There is […]

7 Safety Trends to Address in Today’s Evolving Workplace

Monumental changes in how and where work is performed creates new risk and safety challenges. This session at the RIMS 2019 Annual Conference & Exhibition examined emerging workplace risks and effective safety strategies to address them. Speakers included: Larry Pearlman, Senior Vice President, Workforce Strategies Practice, Marsh Timothy Martin, Global Health and Safety Manager, Steelcase, […]

Claims Management: The Largest Component of Total Cost of Risk

Total cost of risk (TCOR) is a term that represents the sum of all aspects of an organization’s operations that relate to risk. Unlike insurance premiums, which you may not have much control over, the indirect costs related to claims is an area where you can influence cost minimizing. This session at the RIMS 2019 […]

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