Middleton, WI – The IAIABC recently released its 2022 Annual Report, which showcases the impact and value of events, forums, resources, and education provided for its members and the workers’ compensation community last year.
IAIABC President Mark Long noted, “One of the main goals of the IAIABC is to connect the various stakeholders within the workers’ compensation community. From the jurisdictions that administer and regulate workers’ compensation to the private sector organizations that provide benefits and services for our industry, we all play an integral role in treating the worker who has been injured on the job and supporting their employer. By building lasting connections and leveraging each other’s strengths, we all improve and help ensure that the worker recovers quickly and can safely return to work. The IAIABC is proud to help connect these important dots.”
Key education initiatives included:
educate@iaiabc, a new online education service for Association members helping meet the workers’ compensation professional development, education, and training needs of its member organizations.
EDI Medical Credential, the third EDI digital credential for Medical State Reporting and electronic billing (eBilling). Earners of this badge must successfully demonstrate knowledge of EDI and the Medical standard which includes the X12 standard and how it was adopted for workers’ compensation reporting.
Foundations of Workers’ Compensation Program, a comprehensive educational program for jurisdictional agency staff covering regulatory and administrative topics at a theoretical and practical level.
EDI Claims Release 3.1 Training, a virtual training workshop in 2022 to help claims reporters prepare for upcoming or in-progress implementations.
IAIABC Workers’ Compensation Mediators College, addressing the unique area of workers’ compensation mediation providing opportunities to learn from an experienced faculty, learn and practice new skills, and share ideas with a cohort of peers.
Judicial Program, providing educational programming for those interested in workers’ compensation judicial issues.
Read the free report: IAIABC 2022 Annual Report