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2022 NCSI Conference – Back Together Again!

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2022 NCSI Conference – Back Together Again!
June 12-15, 2022 | Scottsdale, AZ

 

If the COVID-19 global pandemic has taught us anything, it is to be nimble and expect change. NCSI leadership had planned on offering a virtual conference this fall and pulled together an amazing educational program for members with timely topics and top-notch speakers. It was so good in fact that the decision was made to transition the educational sessions and speakers planned virtually to our in-person event in June 2022 and cancel the November 16-17, 2021 training.




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2020 STUDY SUMMARY: Examining Organizational Resiliency, COVID-19 Impact on Claims Operations

Now in its eighth year, the Workers' Compensation Benchmarking Study is a national research program that examines the complex forces impacting claims management in workers' compensation today. The study's mission is to advocate for the advancement of claims management by providing both quantitative and qualitative research that allows organizations to evaluate priorities, hurdles and strategies amongst their peers. Conceived by Rising Medical Solutions, a NCSI member, the study's impetus evolved from various conversations Rising had with industry executives about the gap in available research focusing on how claims organizations address daily operational challenges.

The 2020 study marks the first time claims leaders had the opportunity to respond directly to the perspectives of more than 1,200 frontline claims professionals who participated in the 2019 survey. Additionally, the 2020 study examines organizational resiliency in our industry - including COVID-19's impact on claims operations and what high performing claims organizations are doing to future-proof their organizations that lower performers are not.

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New OSHA Vaccination Requirement: What We Know and What We Don’t

By Ben Shepler and Mike Griffaton
Courtesy of NCSI Professional Member Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP

On September 9, 2021, President Biden announced that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing a rule that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated or require any unvaccinated employees to produce a weekly negative test in order to come to work.

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