Check out the line-up of great presentations and get registered today. More digital sessions will be added in the coming months, packed with the practical takeaways organizations need right now, delivered on-demand to better fit the ever-changing demands of your workday.
Risk Transfer for Workers’ Compensation: A Strategy to Help Protect Your Business
Risk mitigation and control strategies can positively impact the bottom line. Learn how risk transfer allocates risk equitably, placing responsibility for risk to those who have an ability to control and insure against that risk.
Safety and Risk Metrics: Driving Accountability in the Field
Metrics can be the common language that unites operations, safety and risk. Learn how an emerging wave of smart technology is using “big data” tactics to help companies predict issues before they even happen and alert workers about potential dangers.
Embracing Nurse Triage and Telehealth in Workers' Compensation
Nurse Triage and telemedicine have been embraced by self-insured employers, but does this marriage have application for employers with a large deductible or fully insured program who are with a carrier? What is the potential impact of nurse triage/telehealth on TCOR, and on access to care for injured workers? Register and learn more.
While technological advancements can provide a plethora of benefits, there is still a need for balance. Learn more about the future of technology in the claims process, including which processes make sense to automate and which will continue to require the human touch.
Digital Session 5/26/21
From 'Closed for Business' to 'Open for Resilience': Perspectives on Mapping the Workers' Comp Path Forward
Four workers' comp leaders address the obstacles still in front of us, and the keys to maximizing the opportunities we've discovered to drive resiliency across organizations.
How LA County Embraces Technology to Create a World Class Risk and Claims Management Program
Learn about the risk and claims management journey that LA County has taken to digitize their processes over the past three years, developing a line of sight by which all departments have a greater visibility into cost reduction.
Speaking with One Voice: Building a Culture of Injured Worker Advocacy
How do you change how thousands of people, representing tens of thousands of years of experience, talk to injured workers? You push past a slogan and warm feelings and rewrite the dictionary from the ground up. Find out how.
After Lockheed Martin acquired Sikorsky, new medical treatment RTW protocols were developed. Learn more about how these protocols have been incorporated into an onsite RTW program which has resulted in a 49% reduction in the number of lost time days.
Navigating the Intersection of Pain Management and Psychotropic Drugs
Whether or not the psych component of a claim is compensable, psychotropic drugs can impact costs as well as outcomes. Learn about the types of psychotropic drugs you may encounter, what to watch for, and what to avoid.
A Disruptive Year for Workers’ Comp: Insights from the 2020 Industry Survey
How have COVID-19 and other developments impacted the workers’ comp industry? Dr. Brittany Derenoncourt, will present key findings from the 2020 Workers’ Comp Industry Survey, along with perspective and commentary from a panel of industry thought leaders.
Shrinking the Work Comp Talent Gap and Shaping Future Leaders
This panel will explore crucial strategies for inspiring young professionals. promoting growth opportunities within the industry, attracting young talent, and providing mentoring opportunities to close the talent gap.