Claims Practitioner in Workers’ Compensation

Claims Practitioner in Workers’ Comp is the fastest growing credential program for workers’ comp professionals.  Designed for those entering the industry, those with working experience who need a professional qualification, and anyone who could could benefit from a rigorous curriculum with an emphasis on practical implementation.  Three tracks: Indemnity, Medical Only, and Medical Bill Review.  Take the next step on the road to your career success with the Claims Practitioner in Workers’ Compensation! Available in convenient on-demand format.  Learn more!... READ MORE >

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Has the Dreaded Grey Wave Arrived? What does that mean for the industry?

How can your organization survive and thrive the gray wave? Is it just me or are you finding this as well?  We have been hearing about this for years, but have not really seen it, perhaps because the financial setbacks of the recession forestalled this a bit. However, it seems to have arrived.   Recently, in client meetings, two of the three clients were retiring within the next six months.  Another recent client conversation said they had eight people retiring this year in their department. What will this mean for those organizations? Education and Training is Key. It depends on their planning, and I believe education is key. Is the training of that next generation something that helps younger employees move up in the company? Is it more about systems and dropdown boxes or is there real training and knowledge transfer so they understand the big picture and the technicalities as well?  All of this so important in order to keep your organization on track to meeting the needs of your customers and at the same time to ensure... READ MORE >