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• Learn about the physiological changes that occur as we age, and often result in safety concerns, higher rates of injury, and longer recovery times
• Discuss strategies to improve claims frequency and outcomes, including safety, injury prevention, and wellness programs
• Utilize care management strategies proven to enhance medical outcomes, RTW results, and cost savings
Course Topics and MCLE Credit Information to Follow
Whether you work with liability or workers’ compensation claims, you’ll want to join us for this webinar as we discuss current trends, recent cases and other important topics concerning Medicare conditional payment claim research and resolution. Department of Insurance continuing education credit is available for this webinar for the states of Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Texas. If credit is needed in another state, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work to have it added for you.
Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Construction Defect Claims
Craig Eberhardt, Ph.D., CFEI
Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP
Hull and Machinery Claims: Risks of Aging Fleets
This course is designed to educate claims professionals on the increased risks associated with aging maritime vessels. The course will educate attendees on risks associated with vessel age including those which impact stability, hull structure, weathertight and watertight integrity, machinery, and deck equipment. Current marine industry practices to manage the risks associated with vessels aging will be introduced along with a discussion on their effectiveness. The course will also provide a look forward at technology, engineering, and practical measures that may provide further mitigation of the inevitable risk of vessels aging. To conclude, case studies will provide real-life examples of the subject matter.
Michael Venturella, P.E.
Practice Leader-Marine Group
Kevin Byers, P.E.
You won't want to miss Fletcher Farley's Annual Texas Law Update in Dallas.
Our seminar is free of charge and will include materials, continental breakfast, lunch and continuing education hours approved through the Texas Department of Insurance and the State Bar of Texas.
Credit Info - This program is approved for 8.0 CE credit hours by the Texas Department of Insurance and is pending 8.0 CLE credit hours by the State Bar of Texas. (2.0 Hours Ethics • 6.0 Hours of General)
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Navigating Medicare Secondary Payer Section 111 issues can be quite challenging. During this webinar, we will discuss the requirements of Section 111 and how they apply in the workers’ compensation context. Topics will include when to indicate assumption of Ongoing Responsibility for Medicals (ORM), when ORM may be terminated, when Total Payment Obligations to Claimants (TPOCs) should be entered and much, much more. The current status of Section 111 penalties will also be covered. Department of Insurance continuing education credit is available for the states of Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina and Texas. If credit is needed in another state, please email email@example.com and we will work to have it added for you.
Investigating Food & Beverage Claims
Director, Expert Alliance
Breakfast & Lunch Included
Raffle - Free Wifi - Free Parking
Individual Tables for Social Distancing
Please join Carr Allison attorney Melisa Zwilling and Jeff Carlisle from Carlisle & Associates as they discuss the cost of prescription medications in workers’ compensation cases and the impact of the same on handling and resolving claims. Prescription reviews and alternatives to reduce medication costs will be considered in detail. Department of Insurance continuing education credit is available for the states of Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina and Texas. If credit is needed in another state, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work to have it added for you.