31st WCRI Annual
Issues & Research Conference
The Westin Copley Place ~ Boston, MA
Theme: Resilience or
workers' compensation has evolved to serve workers and
employers for over 100 years is a testament to the
resilience of the state systems. Many adjustments
in both scope and processes have been required to adapt
to changing economic conditions, major workforce and
industrial shifts, societal expectations, and political
addition to previewing new WCRI research findings, the
conference will explore whether the systems are
sufficiently resilient to adapt to the next wave of
major challenges. It addresses two questions:
1. What lessons can we learn about resiliency from
two decades of reforms?
2. What are the upcoming challenges facing
workers' compensation that some argue may lead to major
might the system respond?
Examples include: Pandemics, opt out, aging
population and the law of causation, as well as
new challenges to the constitutionality of the
HERE TO REGISTER
WCRI conference, an annual two-day event, is a leading
workers’ compensation forum for policymakers, employers,
labor advocates, insurance executives, health care
organizations, claims managers, researchers, and others
and draws attendees from across the nation. Conference
participants will leave with new insights, valuable
networking contacts, and a better understanding of key
issues in today’s competitive environment.
more information, contact Stephanie Deeley at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 617-661-9274 ext. 261.