We See Brighter Days for Injured Workers

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We See Brighter Days for Injured Workers

Learn How by Attending Our WCI Sessions or Visiting Our Booth

We See Brighter Days for Injured Workers

The 76th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference (WCI) returns August 21-24 to the Orlando World Center Marriott, welcoming industry professionals from across the country to network and learn from one another.

During the four-day event, two One Call thought leaders will take the stage as panelists, providing education and insight within their respective fields.   

On Monday, August 22, VP of Product Management Michelle Despres will co-host a 60-minute session with Travelers’ Chief Medical Director Marcos Iglesias, highlighting the negative effects of worklessness on return-to-work outcomes. Michelle will then assume moderator duties the following hour with a five-person panel discussing how work rehabilitation programs improve the recovery journey.

The final day of the conference, Wednesday, August 24, Chief Human Resources Officer Terri Lewis joins a three-person leadership panel in conjunction with the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation. The session focuses on talent management in the Great Resignation era and includes Erika Robinson of The Best Claims Solutions and Healthesystem’s Laura Wood.

To learn more about these educational sessions, read the full session descriptions below:  

August 22 - 1 p.m. & 2 p.m. EST

August 24 - 7:30 – 12 p.m. EST

When you’re not attending sessions, head over to One Call’s booth, #821, where our client services and provider relations team members will be ready to discover how we can best support your needs through our comprehensive care coordination services.  

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