Inside Workers’ Comp Blog

Chronicling the World of Workers’ Comp with Roberto Ceniceros

Posted on January 16, 2020

Last month, workers’ compensation lost one of its most talented reporters and influencers as Roberto Ceniceros announced his retirement. Roberto’s career in comp spanned a quarter century during which time he chronicled the... Read More

Peter Rousmaniere Part 2: Trends and Advice for Comp

Posted on December 18, 2019

We’re back with the second part of our exclusive interview with Peter Rousmaniere in which he discusses how current trends will impact the future of the industry and gives us a preview of what he plans to do next after his... Read More

Peter Rousmaniere Part 1: Comp’s Evolutions and Influencers

Posted on December 12, 2019

When you think of industry icons in workers’ comp, Peter Rousmaniere is among the select few at the top of the list. For more than 30 years, Peter has been a major influencer in workers’ comp, especially over the past couple... Read More

Have Five Times the Fun at RIMS19 - a User’s Guide

Posted on April 25, 2019

RIMS heads north to Boston this year, and while spring in New England is a marvel of its own, attendees will have no problem filling their agendas for one of the industry’s biggest conferences. So, with so much to do in a... Read More

Personalized Comp-the Starbucks Way

Posted on November 30, 2018

Once again, industry leaders will soon gather in Las Vegas to share ideas at the National Workers’ Comp and Disability Conference. Among those will be winners of the prestigious Teddy Awards for workers’ comp and disability... Read More

Are You Thankful for Workers’ Comp?

Posted on November 19, 2018

It’s time for a listener favorite, the annual Inside Workers’ Comp Thanksgiving special edition: What are You Thankful for in Workers’ Comp? This year, we pose the question to experts who serve three very different facets of... Read More

Kids’ Chance: An Extension of a Giving Industry

Posted on November 16, 2018

To the general public, workers’ compensation is often seen as a large government institution more than an effective health care system designed to improve the welfare of injured workers. Far too often, those in our industry... Read More

Kids’ Chance: Why it Matters

Posted on November 14, 2018

It’s Kids’ Chance Awareness Week and today we’re celebrating this life-changing organization by speaking with Melissa Potteiger, Genex area sales manager and Kids’ Chance ambassador. Read More

Five Initial Evaluation Issues That May Delay Return to Work

Posted on September 20, 2018

When there’s a return to work delay, practitioners often look for problems that occurred during the course of treatment. However, as Mariellen Blue, Genex’s National Director of Case Management Services, tells us in today’s... Read More

Sizing Up the Physical Demand Analysis

Posted on August 22, 2018

The workers’ comp industry is always searching for new ways to increase safety in the workplace. But there’s one tool that’s been available for quite some time that, if used more often, could go a long way to reaching this... Read More
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