Articles tagged "Injury Schemes"

IDSS to tackle mental health and insurance challenges

Mental health is a key theme at this year’s Injury and Disability Schemes Seminar (IDSS). Here, Hugh Miller outlines some of the issues - including exercise benefits, best practice claims management, and secondary harm - that will be explored by speakers in depth.

Ensuring the financial sustainability of the NDIS

Sarah Johnson, Scheme Actuary for the NDIS and the 2016 Actuary of the Year, explains what defines financial sustainability in the NDIS insurance model and the role of actuaries in maintaining it.

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Analytics-assisted triage of workers compensation claims

Director of Data Science Inna Kolyshkina and Scheme Actuary at ReturnToWorkSA Ivan Lebedev combine forces to explain a project undertaken to explore the usefulness of advanced data analytics capability for ReturnToWorkSA.

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Better Recovery through Neuroscience

An understanding of basic neuroplasticity could help make our worker’s compensation claims systems less harmful and more sustainable. Rob Aurbach outlines his award-winning research paper.

Improving the health of ageing workforces - Q&A with Caroline Howe

Five minutes with Dr Caroline Howe, a leading consultant and researcher with a focus on Ageing Well at Work.

From passive to active safety - Q&A with Doctor Jeremy Woolley

Acting Director at the Centre for Automotive Safety Research gives insight into increasingly intelligent road design, automation and blurred driver responsibility on Australia’s roads.

Sustainability of Common Law

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