Workers Comp Archive
Incorporating data analytics into workers comp case management lowers costs and boosts results.
Only seven states do not allow usage of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes, but complicated workers compensation issues remain.
A well-structured return-to-work program is one of the most effective ways to minimize workers comp costs and improve an employee’s recovery.
Many contractors turn to contractor-controlled insurance programs to reduce liability.
As waistlines expand, so will risks, requiring employers to focus on wellness initiatives.
Workplace injuries in the public sector.
Understanding how the Affordable Care Act and other national trends are influencing the workers compensation market.
In the insurance world, modest year-over-year rate increases have led many to declare the soft market to be over.
Breaking down the ongoing, acrimonious, state-by-state legislative debates over workers compensation reform.
Companies are more worried about controlling costs than anything else, and 65% believe promoting a safety-minded culture is the best solution.
The workers compensation industry’s challenge is to facilitate the appropriate use of prescription pain pills while preventing the misuse and waste of costly drugs.
Interacting more closely with your claims provider is key to easing one of your most onerous employee costs.
Running a well-managed workers compensation program is more critical than ever. Here’s how.
The modern U.S. workers compensation system officially turns 100 years old this year. Explore its fascinating past and uncertain future.