Exhibits and Networking Opportunities.
Worksite Wellness: Creating Health and Wellness Programs for Your Worksite where Dr. Raymond Fabius, MD will explain the relationship between health and productivity and how you can measure this in your company
Defending Chronic and Pre-Existing Conditions: What Works
Psychological Testing: Objective Analysis of Subjective Claims of Pain, Brain Injury, or Mental Illness
Dr. Robert J. Barth, Ph.D. will explain how psychological testing provides a mechanism for objectively evaluating claims that are otherwise completely subjective (e.g. pain claims, claims of brain injury, and claims of mental illness). He will discuss the use of testing to: enhance diagnostic accuracy, objectively address whether a case is consistent with a legitimate presentation, and contribute objectivity to determinations of work-relatedness.
Why Attend this Conference
- Read the brochures when you return home to learn about service providers.
- Pass out your business card and network, network, network. Meeting knowledgeable people gives you a resource when you encounter a problem. .
- Learn what you don’t know. Being exposed to new ideas presents an opportunity to learn things you don’t even know you are missing!
- Chat with people who do the same things that you do and see where you differ.
- Ask about key cost drivers.Find people who work in workers compensation departments you know next to nothing about and ask them whether they are satisfied with their workers comp vendors. Ask them what drives their costs.
- Roam through the exhibit hall speaking to vendors and learning about the types of services that are available to reduce workers comp costs.THIS will be the best education you will ever get!
- Wear comfortable attire. Bring comfortable shoes. The first day, people are a bit more dressed up than the following days. The last day is more casual because people are traveling back home. Definitely dress professionally because some of the people you meet with become lifelong contacts, so making a good impression is important, but you can be comfortable, too. For an ounce of prevention, bring moleskin to protect the areas of your feet most likely to get blisters.
- Attend both the exhibit hall and the educational sessions.
- Start early, leave late, and remember … although your feet may hurt, this is a once-a-year event!
- Before the exhibit hall opens, join the group breakfast to network with new friends. You will find people are very friendly and helpful.
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