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September 20, 2022
Shane O'Dea
head of strategic partnerships and programs, workers compensation
All eyes on workers compensation — and a look at what’s next

As David Stills wrote in a previous blog, workers compensation is comprised of multiple state systems across the U.S., each with their own unique set of rules and regulations that are in constant flux. The environment is relatively similar in Austral…

September 20, 2022 by Shane O'Dea, head of strategic partnerships and programs, workers compensation
September 19, 2022
Diana Shick
director, nurse consulting
Nurse consultants bring great value to liability claims

Many in our industry are familiar with the case management role of nurses in the workers’ compensation arena, where they support injured and ill employees and oversee the treatment and recovery process. But, did you know that nurses can also play a c…

September 19, 2022 by Diana Shick, director, nurse consulting
September 12, 2022
David Kessler, D.C., M.H.A. CHCQM, SVP and medical director, Sedgwick Managed Care Ohio (MCO)
Chiropractic care in workers’ compensation

The Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) recently published the findings of its study on the use of chiropractic care to treat injured workers in the United States suffering from lower back pain. As a chiropractor by training and a longti…

September 12, 2022 by David Kessler, D.C., M.H.A. CHCQM, SVP and medical director, Sedgwick Managed Care Ohio (MCO)
September 06, 2022
Max Koonce
chief claims officer
Considerations for the future of workers’ compensation

Workers’ compensation’s original premise, the “Grand Bargain”, has remained consistent since its inception in the early 20th century. There have been exceptions and variations to the definition of disease and injury coverage, types of benefits and to…

September 06, 2022 by Max Koonce, chief claims officer
July 12, 2022
Andrew Buchanan
head of construction liability, Australia
Takeaways from recent judgment under New South Wales’ DBP Act

The Supreme Court of New South Wales recently delivered an important decision on the duty of care owed by building practitioners under the highly publicised Design and Building Practitioners (DBP) Act, which took effect on 11 June 2020. Both the act …

July 12, 2022 by Andrew Buchanan, head of construction liability, Australia
January 16, 2014
Kathy Tazic
Managing Director Client Services
Advocate with purpose

My mom suffers from vascular dementia. It's a progressive, slow, debilitating disease. As a non-medical person new to the maze of healthcare and elderly care, there was a lot to learn. My mom's in a nursing home 10 minutes from my house and I am now …

January 16, 2014 by Kathy Tazic, Managing Director Client Services
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