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Jun
3

Which work comp service entities are most affected by COVID?

Joe Paduda

That’s one of the questions I asked 36 payers and service providers; here’s a snapshot of their responses along with some interpretation… Service types Briefly, those services that happen earliest in the claim and/or require face-to-face contact have seen the … Continue reading Which work comp service entities are most affected by COVID?

Jun
1

Covid’s economic effect on workers’ comp

Joe Paduda

COVID’s biggest impact on workers’ comp has not been from the disease, but rather from efforts to control its spread and the resulting impact on the economy. 35 workers’ comp insurers, state funds, TPAs, and service providers and large self-insured/self-administered … Continue reading Covid’s economic effect on workers’ comp

May
28

What’s keeping workers’ comp execs up at night

Joe Paduda

After 28 calls with workers’ comp execs over the last 8 days it’s quite clear many are very concerned about specific issues. Premiums With payrolls plummeting, small businesses closed and many not likely to re-open, and many governmental entities under … Continue reading What’s keeping workers’ comp execs up at night