Worker’s Compensation and Marijuana Part 2: Do more states need to adopt a fee schedule or reimbursement rates for marijuana?

This is the second in a multi-part series on the effects of the ongoing legalization of marijuana in the worker’s compensation insurance ecosystem. In case you missed it here’s part one. This series is being ran in preparation for a panel on “Legalization of Marijuana and the Impaired Workforce” that the author is moderating at the AmComp … Read more

Unleash the Power of the Personal Schedule

Winning habits aren’t always the most complex. Enhance clarity to build consistency and establish accountability through the simple discipline of scheduling. Scheduling is the process of having a plan, or at least attempting to set up how your day will ideally go. Writing down your goals is important to do on the macro level of … Read more

Why Stat Reporting Shouldn’t Be an Afterthought

Authors: Jason Hudson, Principal Director, Statistical Reporting Services, and Mark Nawrath, Principal Director, Account Management of Perr&Knight When insurance companies prepare to implement new software for policy and claims administration, regulatory reporting of the data captured is an afterthought. What appears to be turnkey systems often turn out to require more retrofitting and configuration than … Read more