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of transforming the workers’ compensation pharmacy and ancillary benefits management experience

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5 Ways We’re Innovating the Digital Experience for Claims Professionals

Claims professionals have long been the frontline of claims management – this has not changed. What has changed is just about everything else.
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The Long Haul: Chronic Health Complications of COVID-19

Those previously infected by coronavirus may face long-term health complications, potentially complicating workers' comp claims
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2021 Industry Insights Survey Report

We surveyed 600+ workers’ comp professionals on the biggest industry disruptors and priorities.
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Air Ambulances: State v Federal Cost Control

Many states have attempted to implement fee schedules for air ambulances, but courts citing federal regulations have stricken them down.

Mar 2018

State and City Lawsuits Continue to Mount Against Opioid Manufacturers

Forty-one states and over 200 cities and counties claim drug makers deceived patients and doctors regarding opioid safety and addiction risks.

Mar 2018

Drug Recalls Impacting Comp

Senna Laxative bottles were found to contain NSAIDs, while 55 lots of compounded drugs face questionable sterility.

Feb 2018

Medication Multiplication

A visual depiction of how opioid side effects can cascade across the body.

Feb 2018

Increased Abuse Among Anti-Diarrhea Drugs

When taken in excessive doses, the anti-diarrhea drug loperamide can mimic opioid euphoria, and toxicity events and deaths are on the rise.

Feb 2018

State Legislatures Increase Action Against Opioid Epidemic

The passage of opioid action plans in Arizona, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania are the most recent additions to growing statewide efforts to curb the epidemic.

Feb 2018

The Rise of the Gig Economy

In 2003, gig workers made up less than 5% of the workforce. Today, estimates vary between 8% and 40%, raising questions for comp.

Feb 2018

FDA Continues to Shift Opioid Strategy

FDA, opioid, opioids, opioid policy, opioid policies, drug development, non-opioid

Jan 2018

Artificial Intelligence and Workers’ Comp

Machine learning aims to automate parts of claims management.

Jan 2018

No End in Sight for the Opioid Epidemic?

Despite decreases in prescribing rates, the opioid epidemic claims more lives than ever before, partially due to synthetic formulations.

Jan 2018

State and Federal Governments Clash Over Marijuana

The Department of Justice’s recent announcement may come to a head with the will of state governments and popular opinion.

Jan 2018

March of the Millennials

By 2020, millennials will make up half the workforce, so how will they impact workers’ comp?

Jan 2018

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