Perspectives From the Industry’s Favorite Bloggers

At the 24th Annual National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference, some of the workers’ compensation industry’s most-prominent bloggers gathered to debate industry trends. The panel consisted of: Moderator: Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis, Safety National David DePaolo, J.D., Founder, President and CEO, WorkCompCentral.com; Author, DePaolo’s Work Comp World blog Joseph Paduda, Principal, […]

Achieving Excellence in Medical Treatment

The delivery of quality healthcare is key to mitigating the rising costs of chronic health conditions, lengthy disabilities and stubborn workers’ compensation claims. Arthur M. Southam, M.D., EVP, Health Plan Operations at Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals kicked off the 24th Annual National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference with this session […]

Telemedicine and Workers’ Compensation

At the 2015 Workers’Compensation Educational Conference in Orlando, a panel discussed telemedicine and its potential application in the workers’ compensation space. The panel consisted of: Bill Lewis, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Concentra Medical Centers Steve Shaya, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Health Net Connect Sri Mummaneni, M.D., Chief Health Officer, Opus Telehealth Telemedicine is being utilized more and more in healthcare models […]

Philly I-Day Executive Panel

The opening session at Philly I-Day featured an Executive Panel discussing a wide variety of insurance industry concerns. The panel consisted of: Dr. Robert Hartwig, CPCU, President, Insurance Information Institute Patricia Henry, Executive Vice President, Global Government Affairs Officer, ACE Group Michael L. Liebowitz, Senior Director of Enterprise Risk Management and Insurance, New York University […]

Technology’s Casualty Drivers

At the 2015 Advisen Casualty Insights Conference, Lisa Lang, Michael Hudzik, Michael O’Brien and Scott Godes discussed risks associated with the “Internet of Things” (IOT).  The focus of their session was sensory devices that are communicating via the Internet. IOT devices include wearables such as wristbands and watches, smart phones, and smart technology in cars, […]

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