March 21, 2017

CompLinks: 5/1/15

CompLinks are a daily set of pertinent links that we believe will be of interest to our readers. The 24 Hour Oklahoma Opt Out Sham From Bob’s Cluttered Desk An Overlooked Risk? Risk & Insurance 3 Tips for a Healthier, Safer You Texas Mutual Blog Editor’s Note: These links lead to outside news sources. We… [Continue Reading]

RIMS Review: Steve Luebbert of Safety National

Steve Luebbert

During our time at RIMS 2015, we had Workers’ Comp industry stakeholders participate in WorkCompWire’s “RIMS Review” series, focused on what to look for this year and in the future! Here’s what Steve Luebbert, Chief Operating Officer at Safety National had to say: We are beginning to see an increase in statutory challenges to the workers’…[Continue Reading]

RIMS Review: Ron Vianu of Spreemo

Ron Vianu

During our time at RIMS 2015, we had Workers’ Comp industry stakeholders participate in WorkCompWire’s “RIMS Review” series, focused on what to look for this year and in the future! Here’s what Ron Vianu, CEO and Cofounder of Spreemo had to say: I think there are a lot of meaningful developments on the horizon, including efforts by various…[Continue Reading]

Insurance Commissioner Doak Applauds Supreme Court Decision in OK Option

Oklahoma State Seal

Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak has released the following statement in regard to the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s decision to deny the application to assume original jurisdiction in the recent case challenging the constitutionality of the Oklahoma Option: “The Oklahoma Supreme Court has decided against…[Continue Reading]

A.M. Best Affirms Ratings of Pacific Comp, Other Alleghany Subsidiaries

AM Best

Oldwick, NJ -(BusinessWire)- A.M. Best has affirmed the FSR of A- (Excellent) and the ICR of “a-” of Pacific Compensation Insurance Company (Pacific Comp) (headquartered in Agoura Hills, CA). The outlook for these ratings remains stable based on the expectation of ongoing and/or further explicit support through intercompany reinsurance and direct…[Continue Reading]

WorkCompRecap: RIMS Review Too!

Today’s issue of WorkCompRecap finds us recovering from a few fast and furious days at RIMS, which finished off with more great meetings, a great closing session from Arianna Huffington, and a trip to Cafe du Monde for Coffee and Beignet. Today we’re also featuring another pair of posts from our RIMS Review series…[Continue Reading]

CompLinks: 4/30/15

CompLinks are a daily set of pertinent links that we believe will be of interest to our readers. A Terrible Excuse for a Formulary Evidence Based Here’s how to manage a successful workers comp claim PC 360 Internal Auditing Is Not Just For The Self Insured ReduceYourWorkersComp Editor’s Note: These links lead to outside news… [Continue Reading]

RIMS Review: Dave North of Sedgwick

Dave North

During our time at RIMS 2015, we had Workers’ Comp industry stakeholders participate in WorkCompWire’s “RIMS Review” series, focused on what to look for this year and in the future! Here’s what Dave North, President & CEO of Sedgwick had to say: I believe 2015 is the year to challenge precepts. There are trends that will be fads or foundations…[Continue Reading]

RIMS Review: Kevin Glennon of One Call

Kevin Glennon

During our time at RIMS 2015, we had Workers’ Comp industry stakeholders participate in WorkCompWire’s “RIMS Review” series, focused on what to look for this year and in the future! Here’s what Kevin Glennon RN, BSN, CWCP, VP Clinical Education & Quality Assurance Programs at One Call had to say: Within our Home Health and Complex Care…[Continue Reading]

WCRI Webinar: Regulating Medical Costs & Care: Unintended Consequences

Workers' Compensation Research Institute

Cambridge, MA – Join Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) author and economist, Ms. Dongchun Wang, and senior public policy analyst and author, Dr. Rebecca Yang, for a one-hour webinar on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 2 p.m. ET (1 p.m. CT, 12 noon MT, and 11 a.m. PT) to discuss how changes in reimbursement policies can have…[Continue Reading]

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