Boca Raton, FL – The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently launched registration and announced the full agenda for its 2023 Annual Insights Symposium (AIS) May 8-10 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. AIS is the premier workers compensation event, offering unparalleled insights from NCCI’s thought leaders and industry experts.
A highlight of the Annual Insights Symposium is the State of the Line Report, a performance analysis of the workers compensation insurance market from NCCI Chief Actuary Donna Glenn and her team.
“AIS offers exclusive access to workers compensation insights that help executives, regulators, and other industry partners make well-informed decisions,” said Bill Donnell, President and CEO of NCCI. “This year, it is also NCCI’s centennial celebration. We will use the occasion to reflect on the evolution of the Workers Compensation system and look ahead to how it can remain healthy for the next 100 years.”
In addition to commentary from Donnell and Glenn, the agenda includes insights on key workers compensation topics:
- Large Claims Deconstructed. NCCI experts will dive into some of the most complex and costly claims in workers compensation.
- Under the Scalpel: Medical Trends in Comp. NCCI experts will examine medical costs and look beyond inflationary impacts.
- The Future of Medicine. A panel of chief medical officers will examine trends and promising therapies in occupational medicine.
- Workers Comp at the Crossroads: Recession, Inflation, and Economic Uncertainty. Economist Dr. Robert Hartwig of the University of South Carolina will deliver a fast-paced review of the industry.
Malcolm Gladwell is the keynote speaker. Gladwell is the author of six New York Times bestsellers and host of the popular Revisionist History podcast. His thought-provoking session will explore how ideas are spread, the architecture of split-second decision-making, and the roots of success.
NCCI’s AIS opens Monday, May 8, with its annual golf tournament, supporting Kids’ Chance of America, a non-profit organization that provides college scholarships to children of injured workers.
Attendees can register now at ncci.com/AIS.