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Published: 03/24/2011 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Opioid abuse causes great concern in the workers' compensation industry. Communication with physicians and pain management guidelines can improve outcomes.
Published: 06/16/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
There’s a wealth of information trapped in claim systems and operational databases. Business intelligence tools hold the key to unlock the insights executives need to reduce claims costs, optimize efficiency and enhance customer service.
Published: 12/06/2012 in Risk Management category
An electrical risk assessment program provides loss control and risk exposure information about systems and equipment associated with generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. The primary goal of an electrical
Published: 05/20/2014 in Captives / Self-Insurance category
Learn more about applying predictive analytics to the often-complicated claims process and how insurers can identify areas of concern and examine every step of the claims process, allowing insurers to better serve their customers.
Published: 11/13/2014 in Claims Management category
This white paper explores the value of customized programs in helping employers and carriers meet their business and operational goals, as well as considerations to explore and results that can be achieved.
Published: 04/29/2015 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Electronic Waveform Lab, Inc. sued EK Health. A the heart of the issue is whether Utilization Review constitutes "official proceedings protected by law." This article explores this question its implications for future litigation in California.
Published: 02/24/2012 in Industry Solutions category
The international risk management community is eager to understand how to buy insurance seamlessly, cost-effectively and in a compliant manner for multinational enterprises with risks in Canada.
Published: 05/20/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
The third brief in the four-part "Essentials of Return to Work" series stresses that it is imperative that the path back to a productive work life is established so that the worker’s return is predictable, timely, and lasting.