Thank you again to all our speakers and attendees for braving the elements to make WCRI's 34th Annual Issues & Research Conference, March 22 and 23 in Boston, our best yet.
Click here to see photos from the confernece. Although not a comprehensive list, below is a list of some of the many articles and blog posts written about our conference.
We hope to see you at next year's conference, February 28 and March 1, 2019, in Phoenix, AZ. Please save the date!
- Declines in opioid prescriptions seen in states allowing medical pot
- Comp sector might be ready for value-based care: Experts
Joe Paduda - Managed Care Matters
- Victor on Comp
- Value-based care in Work Comp
- When people use cannabis, do they stop using other drugs?
- WCRI on Physical Medicine
- Opioids and disability duration
- How to prevent and stop opioid use in work comp
- WCRI kicks off…with a deep dive into the future of labor
Mark Walls - Safety National’s Conference Chronicles:
- The World of Work is Changing
- How Marijuana Laws Impact Prescription Drug Spending
- Findings from WCRI Studies
- Impact of Opioids in the Workplace
- Workers’ Compensation 2030
- Ohio BWC Efforts to Control Opioids
- Value Based Care
- Labor Force Trends
- What's Up at WCRI 2018? Medical Cannabis Decreases Prescription Costs in States with Medical Cannabis Laws
- What's Up at WCRI 2018: Work Comp Faces Challenges from Labor Force and Policy
- What's Up at WCRI 2018: Opioid Addiction Costs Businesses Far More than Addressing the Issue Does, Panel Says
- What's Up at WCRI 2018: From Buggy Whips/Elevator Operators to AI/Tech Replacements, Data on Labor Doesn’t Match Perceptions, According to BLS Commissioner
Tom Lynch - Workers Comp Insider
- Saving Lives—Building A Modern Pharmacy Program Amid A Deadly Epidemic
- WCRI: Keynote: Dr. Erica Groshen On Future Labor Trends
- WCRI’s 2018 Conference: First Impression
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