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Trends in Hospital Professional Liability Operations

Hospital systems today are facing an increasingly difficult operating environment. Revenues and reimbursements are decreasing, the capital market is becoming more and more restrictive, and regulatory requirements and reporting are increasing.

Highest Potential: Pairing Injured Workers with the Right Functional Capacity Evaluations

Functional capacity evaluations (FCEs) are often an important component in the management and treatment of work-related injuries. Understanding the purpose of FCEs and implementing best practices is vital to successful case management.

Workers’ Compensation Deregulation Alert: What Employers Need to Know About the New Oklahoma Law

Possibly “the most inventive” workers’ compensation legislation since the early 20th century, the recent Oklahoma alternate coverage law could reduce costs, preserve employee benefits and provide employer flexibility. Analysis sponsored by Sedgwick.

The 2013 Workers' Compensation Benchmarking Study

Claims Leaders participated in a nationwide survey about their pressing daily operational challenges. The survey results provide a look into how claims peers are addressing current industry priorities and hurdles in a robust, data-rich Study Report.

Sedgwick summary: California Senate Bill 863

As a resource for clients and other parties impacted by California Senate Bill 863 (SB863), Sedgwick hosted a fall 2012 client forum to review regulation changes and to offer insights from industry leaders. Read our summary for highlights.

Medical Marijuana: Low Impact or High Cost?

Legalized use of medical and/or recreational marijuana in some states raises questions about what workplace safety, drug testing, and other risk management policies employers may want to adopt or modify and the possible consequences of the policies.

Mitchell  Selects  DataCare  Case  Management  and  Utilization  Review  Software  for  Excellence  

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After  a  thorough  evaluation,  Mitchell  Workers'ʹ   Compensation  Solutions  has  selected  DataCare’s  Utilization  Review  (UR)  and  Case  Management   Software  for  its  managed  care  operation

Client Case Study - County of Shasta

Today, many public entities are dissatisfied with current claim systems. Find out why the County of Shasta chose Systema Software and SIMS Claims, the next-generation design in claims administration software.

Understanding and preparing for the impact of the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act is expected to impact access to care, change the way accountable care organizations are used, and increase consolidation among hospitals and providers. Read more on this evolving topic from Sedgwick's Kimberly George.

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