Leading with the Good – When Work Comp Goes Amazingly Well
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CEO & Founder, ReEmployAbility, Inc.
Debra Livingston founded ReEmployAbilty, the largest national provider of early return-to-work (RTW) services and transitional employment. Their Transition2Work® program has helped thousands of injured workers during their recovery by offering modified light-duty assignments with nonprofit organizations. Connecting injured workers to the community while giving them time to heal.
Nurse Case Manager & OSHA, Averrit Express
Nancy Kelly is a registered nurse licensed by the Tennessee State Board since 1983. She holds the titles of Certified Case Manager (COHN-S/CM) and Certified Occupational Health Nurse Specialist (COHN-S). She currently works as a Medical Manager at Averitt Express, where she assists in managing the company’s self-insured and self-administered benefits programs related to workers’ compensation, short-term disability, family and medical leave, veterans affairs, bodily injury claims, and OSHA reporting and recordkeeping.
Associate Director, Workers’ Comp Program, Chewy
With over 30 years in the risk and workers’ compensation field, Dawn came to Chewy four years ago to develop the current Workers’ Compensation program including their onsite first aid and conservative care programs. Chewy’s partnership with ReEmployAbility has assisted in the reduction of OSHA recordable lost-time incidents as well as assisting their team members with continued engagement during their recovery process.
About the Webinar
The course provides an in-depth understanding of finding success in workers’ compensation and will equip participants with the necessary knowledge and too to create success on their own files across different states, build on best practices, and center communication for their files.
- Understand the benefits of employee advocacy in workers’ compensation and these impacts on the stakeholders of the claim.
- Identify the elements of a wholistic injured worker engagement model.
- Understand the value of applying empathy and human connection concepts in the worker’s compensation program.
- To review and learn from success stories within the worker’s compensation field.