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5 Tips to Help Workers’ Comp Payers Optimize IT Resources

The insurance sector is experiencing an IT talent shortage. How can workers’ comp payers optimize the IT resources they already have?
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Things Change: The Growing Diversity of Pharmacy Cost Drivers

Smaller, more niche drug trends across different populations and geographies
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2023 Industry Insights Survey Report

We surveyed 500+ workers’ comp professionals on the biggest industry disruptors and priorities
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2023 Workers’ Comp Industry Insight Survey Report

Over 500 stakeholders share their thoughts on industry challenges, priorities, and technologies.

Feb 2023

HIV Medications: New Approval and News of Discontinuations

Sunlenca approved for treatment-resistant populations, but a number of other drugs will cease production, some of which are included in PEP guidelines.

Jan 2023

The Triple Threat of Tobacco Use on Employer, Clinical, and Medication Complexity

Tobacco use as a complicating factor in workplace injury and recovery.

Jan 2023

Study Explores Potential Association Between Occupational Inhalants and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Exposure to various gases and vapors has been associated with autoimmune disease

Jan 2023

Cannabis Research Continues for Chronic Pain

Two new studies highlight marijuana’s analgesic effects.

Jan 2023

MDMA Phase 3 Trial Show Great Promise for Treating PTSD

The FDA may receive a new drug application as early Q3 of 2023.

Jan 2023

500 Workers’ Comp Stakeholder Identified Top 10 Industry Challenges

Preliminary findings from Healthe’s 2023 industry survey.

Jan 2023

4 Ways Economic Stability Can Impact Workers’ Comp Claims

To best assist workers’ comp patients, it is of benefit to understand the impact economic instability can have on their care and health. Here are 4 ways economic stability can impact workers’ comp claims.

Jan 2023

5 Tips to Help Workers’ Comp Payers Optimize IT Resources

The insurance sector is experiencing an IT talent shortage. How can workers’ comp payers optimize the IT resources they already have?

Dec 2022

FDA Approves Drug That Can Delay Onset of Type 1 Diabetes

Tzield (teplizumab-mzwv) injections can delay onset by several months or years.

Dec 2022

Diagnostics as a Defining Touchpoint in the Claims Journey

How the timing and accuracy of diagnostic testing can determine the course of a claim.

Dec 2022

Fentanyl Vaccine in Development

This vaccine blocks fentanyl from entering the brain and triggering euphoric effect.

Dec 2022

Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation Publishes Biennial Report to Legislature

This report contains a high level report on the status of the Texas workers’ comp system.

Dec 2022

Focusing on the Wellbeing of Employees

Risk & Insurance® magazine taps Healthe’s VP of Clinical Services for considerations on retaining a healthy and happy workforce.

Dec 2022

A Modifiable Health Factor: 5 Considerations Regarding Tobacco Use in Employee Populations

Tobacco use is a modifiable health factor, albeit a complex one. Here are five things to consider regarding tobacco use in employee or injured worker populations.

Dec 2022

4 Drug Classes Driving Pharmacy Costs

With opioid utilization down, there is no longer a consolidated driver of pharmacy costs in workers’ comp. Here are four drug classes driving pharmacy costs today.

Dec 2022

Wave of Generic Approvals That Impact Workers’ Comp

First-time generics are available for drugs that treat COPD, HIV, hypertension, and more.

Nov 2022

Coming Up Short: IT Talent Woes in Workers’ Comp

The insurance sector continues to face IT talent shortages – how does this impact workers’ comp organizations?

Nov 2022

CDC Publishes Updated Opioid Guidelines

An update to the 2016 guidelines has been issued, promoting greater flexibility for individualized patient-centered care.

Nov 2022

Midterm Marijuana Legalization

Maryland and Missouri voters pass recreational legalization.

Nov 2022

WCRI Publishes 23rd Edition of CompScope Medical Benchmarks

Data insights on medical payments for 18 state workers’ comp systems.

Nov 2022

Inflation’s Impact on Workers’ Comp

A series of reports from NCCI examine how medical costs and workforce demographics are changing.

Nov 2022

FDA Advises Against NSAID Use in Pregnant Women at 20 Weeks and Later

The potential for low amniotic fluid can cause significant health issues.

Oct 2022

Things Change: The Growing Diversity of Pharmacy Cost Drivers

Smaller, more niche drug trends across different populations and geographies

Oct 2022

COVID-19 Workplace Lessons for Employers

The National Safety Council provides information on mental health, workplace safety, and more.

Oct 2022

FDA Warns That Certain COVID-19 Variants are Not Neutralized by Evusheld

The only pre-exposure prophylactic for COVID-19 may not provide protection for certain variants.

Oct 2022

New Challenges? New Opportunities

A message from the Chief Executive Officer

Winter 2022-23

Diagnostics As a Defining Touchpoint in the Claims Journey

Timing and accuracy of diagnostic test results can determine the course of an injured worker’s treatment plan and the claim

Winter 2022-23

The Triple Threat of Tobacco Use on Employer, Clinical, and Medication Complexity

Tobacco use as a complicating factor in workplace injury and recovery

Winter 2022-23

Hard Times: How Economic Stability Can Impact Injured Worker Outcomes

How employment status, poverty, housing, and food security can impact patient health

Winter 2022-23

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