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Published: 01/31/2012 in Software / Technology category
Extending the impact of risk management: Why you should care about automating and advancing your risk management program through innovative technology.
Published: 11/16/2012 in Employee Benefits category
The use of captives to fund employee benefits is one of the more intriguing and complicated alternative risk topics. Much of the interest has come from mid-sized employers exploring the practicality of using captives to fund health care benefits.
Published: 02/10/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Pain is the body’s signal that something is wrong, right? What about pain that persists—sometimes long after the original injury has healed? Chronic pain is a scourge, not only for the afflicted, but also for employers & insurers who foot the bill.
Published: 04/22/2013 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
How can employers help injured workers while ensuring appropriate use of narcotics and reducing unnecessary costs? Take a look into Sedgwick’s clinically based process, which aligns resources to impact safety, return to work and better outcomes.
Published: 08/02/2012 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Durable medical equipment (DME) and supplies, although a smaller percentage of spend, contribute significantly to overall spend and it is here that payors are now taking a closer look at these costs and seeing opportunities for cost savings.
Published: 08/13/2013 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Redesigning the workers’ compensation claims process to be more patient focused and supportive of injured employees can have a positive effect on employee health outcomes and employer spending. A well-trained, multidisciplinary team offering immediat
Published: 09/17/2013 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Beecher Carlson is happy to release the fourth edition of the Hospital Workers’ Compensation Benchmark Study. The 2013 Study includes claim information from 2007 through through 2011 representing more than 600 hospitals in 41 states, nearly 650,000.