Uncertainty remains a factor for events in the coming year, but of this, we’re sure: National Comp is planning an exciting program for 2021. We’re eager to bring everyone together to share the tools and ideas that will move our community forward through the challenging times ahead.
Like all of you, we’re eager to get face-to-face with our friends and peers again — safely — in our Vegas home at Mandalay Bay, October 20-22. National Comp will offer thought-provoking ideas and tangible tools and strategies to drive improvement through difficult times, and keep moving forward.
National Comp is proud to provide thoughtfully curated content that spans the gamut of workers’ comp and injury prevention issues employers face. Secure your slot on our program to present among the top workers’ comp professionals and thought leaders shaping our industry.
For 2021, we’re looking at the issues employers are facing right now, and those that lie ahead. Our program will showcase innovative ideas and solutions that align with today’s rapidly changing workers’ compensation environment.
We invite proposals that address the full spectrum of issues facing employers and claims payers, ranging from regulatory complexity to opioid management and preventing musculoskeletal injuries, to effective nurse case management strategies and eliminating barriers to return to work. We’re also seeking solutions and insights on the new and evolving issues that are top of mind for many, including:
Reviewers will evaluate all proposals based on overall quality, relevance to the industry, defined focus within the educational track structure, practical applications of material for attendees, timeliness of the topic and speakers’ qualifications.
Please take the time to download and read through National Comp's 2021 proposal requirements and useful suggestions for crafting a dynamic proposal.
The profound challenges of 2020 have only served to reinforce National Comp’s educational mission. As we select educational presentations for 2021, we’re looking for content that reflects these fundamental themes, common to all of us across industry sectors.
We’ve aligned our session tracks to reflect the scope of the complex issues facing the industry now and moving forward. We seek presentations and presenters that will help attendees address the issues and trends they face across these categories. National Comp seeks a mixture of critical topics, hot-button issues and emerging challenges throughout these tracks.