Madison, WI – The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions recently released the Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles, 2013 Edition. The Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles compiles operational and regulatory information about U.S. workers’ compensation administrative agencies. The comparative details are helpful in understanding the similarities and differences of agencies across the country.
The Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles include information on core areas such as:
- Organization charts
- Operating budgets
- Funding sources
- Special funds, including second injury funds
- Coverage requirements
- Reporting requirements
- Contested case handling
- Fee schedules
- Treatment guidelines
- Managed care
- Physician choice
The IAIABC’s Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles is free to all IAIABC members. Non-IAIABC members will be able to purchase the publication for $95. However, those interested in purchasing the Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles can save $30 during the first 30 days of release; just use coupon code “30daydiscount” when purchasing!
Download the Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles here.
The IAIABC Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles similar to the State Workers’ Compensation Administration Profiles, published annually by the U.S. Department of Labor through 2005. All content has been updated by the IAIABC through a variety of sources, most directly from the agency.
In the future, the IAIABC looks forward to expanding the coverage of the Workers’ Compensation Agency Profiles to include jurisdictions outside of the U.S.