Articles tagged "workers compensation"

Workplace rehabilitation services need shake-up - Opinion

icare’s Group Executive Workers Insurance, John Nagle, says the transformation within injury and disability schemes discussed at this week's IDSS, aligns closely with icare’s focus on the needs of the injured worker and improving workplace safety.

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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.

A Claim Pairing Approach to Measuring Superimposed Inflation

There are many ways of measuring superimposed inflation. In this article, Aaron Cutter of Finity explains how to measure superimposed inflation by pairing claims that ‘look-a-like’ - a technique adapted from home price inflation techniques.

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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.

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Discount rates for self-insured workers compensation liabilities

Arie van den Berg calls for discussion between the Actuaries Institute and the accounting profession to develop a consistent approach to discount rates for self-insured workers’ compensation liabilities.

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