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Published: 07/30/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
“Psych.” To many in the workers’ compensation field, it sounds like one of “those” words—although it actually has five letters. Find the answers to some fundamental questions about the relationship between mental disorders and work comp injuries.
Published: 07/16/2014 in Claims Management category
This whitepaper discusses the benefits of technology but also its limitations. Without great people to operate it, technology cannot maximize its full potential or realize the best possible outcomes.
Published: 08/01/2013 in Insurance Products category
The Federal Reserve's strategy has been to support consumption by inflating asset values. But the results are less predictable than those of conventional monetary policy. Recent events suggest that central banks may not be omnipotent after all.
Published: 11/13/2012 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
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.
Published: 05/25/2012 in Risk Management category
GRM engineers determine if client facilities are in 100-yr flood zones. Sites in flood zones can get an elevation survey to certify Finished Floor Elevation (FFE). If FFE is above base flood elevation (BFE), client can apply for a Letter of Map
Published: 09/05/2012 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
It's no secret prescription drug spending represents a disproportionately high percentage of workers' compensation costs. This white paper discusses a recent NCCI study on rising prescription drug costs and Sedgwick’s pharmacy solutions for clients.
Published: 04/17/2014 in Claims Management category
Q: There are two different roles for Engineers at Global Risk Consultants (GRC), the Account Engineers and the Field Engineers. What is the major difference between the two and what do they provide to the client? A: Both roles are equally important