As employers regain footing in the post-pandemic era, it’s essential that we continue to share our knowledge, our experiences and ideas with our peers across the workers’ comp community. National Comp is proud to provide a forum for that exchange again in 2023.
We’ll be back in our Las Vegas home at Mandalay Bay, September 20-22, bringing you thought-provoking ideas and tangible tools that will keep driving results in workers’ compensation. Secure your slot on this year’s program to present among the top workers’ comp professionals and thought leaders shaping our industry.
New for 2023, we’ve refreshed our tracks to better reflect the 360° claims landscape, from pre-injury to recovery. Our program will showcase innovative ideas and solutions aligning with today’s complex workers’ compensation environment.
We’ve also revised our session formats to encourage a more diverse array of presentations for attendees. This includes a new 60-minute Masterclass format that gives attendees the opportunity to engage directly with the material.
We invite proposals that address the full spectrum of issues facing employers and claims payers. Reviewers are eager to see proposals on core workers’ comp concerns as well as emerging issues. View the National Comp 2023 Advisory Committee’s wish list of topics at Risk & Insurance.
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.
National Comp's Proposal Guidelines have been updated for 2023. Please use the download button at right to access the document before selecting a track or type for your proposal.
If you have any questions or problems submitting your proposal, email [email protected].
Please take the time to download and read through National Comp's 2023 proposal requirements and useful suggestions for crafting a dynamic proposal.
Submission portal closes February 10, 2023
Final selection notifications by April 3, 2023
As we select educational presentations for 2023, we’re looking for content that reflects these fundamental themes, common to all of us across industry sectors.
We’ve redeveloped our session tracks to reflect the scope of complex issues facing the industry now and moving forward. We seek presentations and presenters who 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.
Our 15-minute presentations are still on the program!
A separate RFP for CompTalks will launch this spring.