For the first time in history, five generations are working side-by-side - each with different leadership and communication styles. Join Kevin Glennon as he reviews the multi-generations in the workforce, the new risks employers must now think about and how these various risks can adversely affect medical and indemnity
The Workers’ Compensation Institute (WCI) is a nonprofit educational organization that serves as a comprehensive resource to all workers’ compensation stakeholders. It is the nation’s largest work comp conference and the programming, networking, exhibit hall, and entertainment cannot be matched.
See us at booth 821 and check out our speakers:
Tuesday, August 13 at 10 a.m. Sean Sullivan - Managing Pain Through the Power of Technology
PT Breakout Session with Michelle Despres
Learn from Sean Sullivan the three fundamental objectives telehealth can offer injured workers. As technology usage in health care increases, it is important for adjusters and case managers to know how technology can help injured workers manage their pain and allow them to take a more active role in their recovery process.
In this webinar, Hayley Tidwell will educate attendees on how industry professionals involved in the claims management process can approach ethical and moral decisions.
Technology is impacting the healthcare field from the way care is delivered all the way to the way records are being stored. The prosthetic industry is feeling the same effects. In this webinar, prosthetic expert, Jennifer McCarthy will dive into how technology is improving the work comp space.