WorkCompCollege.com Launches CompStart Onboarding: Tailored Training Solutions for New Hires in the Workers’ Compensation Industry

May 21, 2024 [Lakewood Ranch, FL] - WorkCompCollege.com is proud to announce the launch of its newest product, CompStart Onboarding, a cutting-edge training solution designed to streamline the onboarding process for new hires in the workers' compensation industry. CompStart Onboarding offers a seamless and customized training experience, ensuring that new employees are well-prepared and knowledgeable about the intricacies of the workers' comp sector. CompStart leverages the comprehensive range of courses…

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Voice of the Provider – Innovation in Neuro Recovery

Voice of the Provider is a collaboration between Brooks Rehabilitation and WorkCompCollege.com and the name defines its purpose. Many stakeholders in work comp do not understand or appreciate all of the various clinical providers that help an injured employee return to and stay at work. Whether recovery from the injury / illness is easy or hard, there are clinicians along the way that utilize their education, expertise and experience to help.…

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Voice of the Provider – Resilience

Voice of the Provider is a collaboration between Brooks Rehabilitation and WorkCompCollege.com and the name defines its purpose. Many stakeholders in work comp do not understand or appreciate all of the various clinical providers that help an injured employee return to and stay at work. Whether recovery from the injury / illness is easy or hard, there are clinicians along the way that utilize their education, expertise and experience to help.…

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The Point Webinar – Is the Mental Health System Headed for a Breakdown?

1:00PM Eastern, Tuesday, May 21, 2024 Rebuttable presumptions. Expanding mental health issues. Pandemics. Societal pressures. Social Media.​​​​​​​Is this a "perfect storm," that will result in increased demand for mental health services? And does a shortage of available (and willing) mental health professionals foretell a potential breakdown of the mental health system? Our guests will talk about the mental health challenges facing the workers' comp industry as well as ideas on how…

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Voice of the Provider – Try Things Differently

Voice of the Provider is a collaboration between Brooks Rehabilitation and WorkCompCollege.com and the name defines its purpose. Many stakeholders in work comp do not understand or appreciate all of the various clinical providers that help an injured employee return to and stay at work. Whether recovery from the injury / illness is easy or hard, there are clinicians along the way that utilize their education, expertise and experience to help.…

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Kids’ Chance is Looking for a Few Good Sponsors

There are only a limited number of ways that a company can show its support for the workers’ compensation industry at a national level. Supporting Kids’ Chance is certainly one of them. Kids’ Chance, as almost everyone in the industry is aware, is an organization that provides scholarships and educational opportunities for children of workers killed or seriously injured on the job.  Kids’ Chance consists of 50 state organizations, as…

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Voice of the Provider – Navigating Burnout

Voice of the Provider is a collaboration between Brooks Rehabilitation and WorkCompCollege.com and the name defines its purpose. Many stakeholders in work comp do not understand or appreciate all of the various clinical providers that help an injured employee return to and stay at work. Whether recovery from the injury / illness is easy or hard, there are clinicians along the way that utilize their education, expertise and experience to help.…

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Voice of the Provider – Assistive Technology Tour

Voice of the Provider is a collaboration between Brooks Rehabilitation and WorkCompCollege.com and the name defines its purpose. Many stakeholders in work comp do not understand or appreciate all of the various clinical providers that help an injured employee return to and stay at work. Whether recovery from the injury / illness is easy or hard, there are clinicians along the way that utilize their education, expertise and experience to help.…

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WCRI: Impact of Vertical Integration on Patient Outcomes and Utilization of Care

The healthcare landscape is undergoing significant changes, with a notable trend being the vertical integration of medical providers. This phenomenon, where hospitals or health systems acquire physician practices, has led to a shift in how medical care is delivered and billed. The presentation at the WCRI Conference in Boston, MA, by Bogdan Savych and Eric Harrison, delved into the effects of this integration on the utilization of care and patient…

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WCRI: The Cost of Loneliness in the Workplace

In the “Day Two Keynote” presentation at the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) Annual Issues and Research Conference, Dr. Constance (Connie) Noonan Hadley, a professor at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, addressed the critical issue of loneliness in the workplace. Her talk highlighted the significant impact of loneliness on both workplace health and productivity, and she offered a series of recommendations to mitigate this growing concern. Dr. Hadley underscored…

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