Coventry recently announced the release of the third part of its 2016 Drug Trends Series.
IAIABC NextGen, in its inaugural year, recognizes 11 individuals under the age of 40 who are making their mark on the industry.
About a year after the CDC’s controversial opioid guidelines went into effect amid protests from a number of pain specialists, they have come under renewed scrutiny for having an allegedly unscientific basis.
NPR recently highlighted Maine’s efforts at reducing opioid prescriptions and dependence by focusing on functionality.
Oklahoma’s workers’ compensation system seems to have benefited from reforms that were initiated in 2013.
A new article in Risk & Insurance examines how mental health stigma can increase claims costs.
There has been a potential security breach of OSHA’s electronic reporting form.
NCCI has released the first of a five-part series on its website examining the issues surrounding the growing impact of legalizing marijuana on workers’ compensation stakeholders.
A new Risk & Insurance article addresses strategies to reduce workplace injuries among younger workers.
Sandie Davis, Underwriting Operations Manager for Baton Rouge-based Stonetrust Commercial Insurance Company, is our August “Women in Comp” featured executive. Read on to get Davis’ take on Louisiana’s market conditions, and how she predicts technology may influence the future of the workers’ comp industry.