Highlights from the 2015 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference

Workers' Compensation Claims and Cost |
Written by Dell Dorn

from Safety National


Hosted by the Workers’ Compensation Institute (WCI), the event brought together workers’ compensation professionals from across the country to discuss the hottest issues in workers’ compensation and safety. The event was held August 23 – 26, 2015 in Orlando, Florida.


Quality Care Movement

A panel discussion on the shift from networks focused on discounts and penetration to that of quality of care and outcomes received by injured workers.

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Managing Prescription Drugs and Powerful Narcotics

This session discussed forward thinking approaches to early intervention and how to effectively address claims with long-term exposure to narcotics.

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Affordable Care Act: A Workers’ Compensation Update

David North, President and CEO of Sedgwick and Richard Victor, Executive Director of WCRI, spoke about how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is currently impacting workers’ compensation and how it will continue to impact the industry in the future.

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No Process-No Purpose

This session discussed how to build an engagement model that is sustainable, scalable and measurable.

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Now Let’s Get to Work

“The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary” –Vince Lombardi

This session addressed the issues faced from employees returning to work and to create a successful return-to-work program.

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Lessons Learned in Risk Management

Risk managers take you behind the scenes in a candid conversation about what they have learned throughout their careers as risk managers.

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About the Author

Dell Dorn

Dell Dorn is the founder of DORN Companies. He started DORN in 1998 to help employers save money on workers' compensation claims and reduce OSHA recordables. Today, DORN customers realize the immense cost of employee pain and the enormous impact our service has on employee morale and their bottom line.
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