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Enemy at the Gate: Data Security Risks in Workers' Comp

Posted on May 27, 2015

Is workers’ compensation next in line to suffer a major data security breach? Security experts with Genex Services caution that, as with any industry today, the possibility of a major data intrusion is always a concern.... Read More

Using Big Data to Make Big Changes to Network Development

Posted on Apr 23, 2015

Do you utilize big data for provider network development? Check out Genex’s insight paper, “Using Big Data to Make Big Changes to Network Development,” written by Jim Harris, Genex’s vice president of analytics and... Read More

Property Casualty 360°: The role of empathy in workers' comp

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

Most of us deal with sick and injured workers on a daily basis. At some point, daily tasks and deadlines take over and empathy takes a backseat. Read More

Tipping Points: When Good Claims Go Bad

Posted on Feb 18, 2015

Tipping points: When good claims go bad Please fill out the form on the right to download your free copy of Genex's new whitepaper “The Heart and Science of Medical Management: Tipping points: When good claims go bad.” Check... Read More

Learn More About What It Takes To Achieve URAC Accreditation

Posted on Jan 1, 2015

Genex Services is a leader in utilization review (UR) and has an advanced position to meet the requirements of California Senate Bill 1160, particularly the accreditation mandate. The administrative director of the program... Read More

Benefits Magazine: 7 Questions Toward More Effective Workers’ Comp Programs, by Ron Skrocki

Posted on Dec 3, 2014

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WorkCompWire: Archie Anderson: Time for a Fresh Look at the Independent Medical Exam

Posted on Dec 2, 2014

For years the Independent Medical Exam (IME) has been a staple in the workers’ compensation claims resolution arsenal. We trot it out when claims linger, or when there’s a possible question regarding a treatment plan. Read More

WorkCompWire: Debunking the Three Most Common Myths about Medical Bill Review

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

After some 20-plus years in the workers’ compensation industry, I’ve noticed, and been a part of, considerable changes and innovations. We’ve come a long way as they say. But despite our progress, there remain some... Read More

The Case for Customization in Workers’ Compensation

Posted on Nov 13, 2014

As workers’ compensation firms endeavor to manage medical costs and improve outcomes for injured workers, an ongoing question persists in the marketplace: What type of medical management program design— standard or... Read More

Transforming Big Data into Applied Analytics

Posted on Aug 7, 2014

Over the past few years, Big Data has captured the interest of the nation’s top business leaders. Organizations seeking new strategies to improve workers’ compensation programs are also beginning to explore the concept of... Read More

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