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Wipe the blood off the water cooler … it’s Casualty Friday! The world’s most famous masked killer (Kane Hodder), the hardest working scream queen around (Tiffany Shepis) and an 80’s gender-bending fan favorite (Felissa Rose), hack and slash their way through personal conversations about their unique lives working in the horror industry. These three friends will dive, dish, and dis in these no holds barred episodes that will make you laugh, cry (and maybe vomit). From the producers of The Las ...
 
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In this episode of our mPower podcast, Shelley Callahan is joined by Mitchell's third party subject-matter expert, Chris Williamson, to learn more about the current trends and challenges in the third party market. They'll also discuss successful strategies that top-performing claims organizations are incorporating, as well as why it's crucial for o…
 
There’s a heightened awareness in our industry on how psychosocial factors impact an injured employee’s recovery. But what’s the best way to approach and address these issues? In the fourth and final installment of our mental health in comp podcast series, we ask Nikki Wilson and Tammy Bradly to share some best practices.…
 
None of us have gone untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is especially true for frontline workers who care for the critically ill. So, in part three of our series on mental health’s impact on workers’ comp, we’re going to look at the psychosocial effects the pandemic continues to play on our society and how post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Mitchell | Genex | Coventry experts Mariellen Blue, National Director of Case Management Services at Genex, Tammy Bradly, Vice President, Clinical Production Development at Coventry, and Nikki Wilson, Director, Pharmacy Product Development at Mitchell, to discuss the role mental health plays in workers' comp and th…
 
In 2020, the workers’ compensation and auto casualty regulatory environment was more active than ever—since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. states have passed a multitude of executive actions and emergency regulations. As we look ahead to 2021, the industry will start to see the long-term effects of these new COVID-19 regulations. Listen t…
 
As states continue to legalization medical and recreational marijuana, what impact might the workers’ compensation industry experience? Join us for this exciting webinar as VP of Government Affairs, Brian Allen, walks you through the latest in marijuana legislation and how it could affect workers’ compensation. Attendees will learn how various stat…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty could have major impacts on the workers' compensation industry. Mitchell's legislative and clinical experts discuss these potential implications, from presumption laws to changes in return-to-work strategies.Por Mitchell
 
Social distancing guidelines across the country have led to fewer cars on the road and, as a result, a decline in auto accidents. In California alone, accidents have decreased by about half since instituting shelter-in-place restrictions, according to a UC Davis study. To learn more about the changes on the road and in the auto insurance industry o…
 
In this podcast, Mitchell | Genex subject matter experts from across the business share their expertise on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting—and will continue to influence—many different areas of the workers’ compensation claims process. Hear from the following Mitchell | Genex leaders: * Michele Hibbert-Iacobacci, Mitchell senior vice preside…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Michele Hibbert-Iacobacci, Mitchell senior vice president of regulatory compliance management, to learn more about COVID-19 and related social distancing guidelines are affecting the auto casualty insurance industry. Listen to learn more about changing claim frequency and duration, the effects of delayed care for i…
 
Mitchell Senior Vice President of Regulatory Compliance Management Michele Hibbert-Iacobacci explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the workers’ compensation industry so far, and explains potential lasting market impacts. In this podcast, hear more about regulatory changes, the effects of delayed care and how telemedince is playing a role.…
 
In this podcast, hear from Genex Senior Vice President of National Accounts and Marketing Pat Chavanu about how the COVID-19 pandemic has caused case managers to shift and think outside of the box. Chavanu outlines some of the concerns the workers’ compensation industry is facing today and provides examples of how case managers are working to help …
 
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