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Transforming Workers' Comp · 3d ago

H-1B Visa Order To Limit Number of Foreign-Born Doctors

Before most of the Risk Management and Workers’ Comp industry goes to Philadelphia for next week’s Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) annual conference, I want to share an article ...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 6d ago

Global Medical Tourism Industry Market Analysis

Note: The following is a re-print from U.S. Domestic Medical Travel.com, one of two publications from CPR Strategic Marketing Communications. They also publish Medical Travel Today.com, and ...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 2W ago

Travel Ban to Affect Physician Shortage: What Medical Travel Can Do

The following post, from fellow blogger, Joe Paduda, who has a guest post from former WCRI CEO, Dr. Rick Victor, states that the current political regime in Washington’s ban on travel from c...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 3W ago

VANITY or INSANITY

Richard’s Note: The following article is from Teresa Lim, a mother and freelance project coordinator from the Philippines who I recently connected with and who is interested in getting inves...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 3W ago

ARAWC Strikes Again: Opt-out Rolls On

“Just when I thought I was out… they pull me back in.” Michael Corleone, Godfather, Part III Source: https://www.pinterest.com/Mamzeltt/famous-movie-quotes/ When Michael confronts Connie and...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 4W ago

Disaster Averted

Yesterday’s crushing defeat of the so-called “American Health Care Act” or AHCA, signals the end of the seven-year long attempt by the Republican Party to legislatively kill the Affordable C...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Position Wanted

Detail-oriented, Insurance expert with over fifteen years’ experience in Workers’ Comp, Risk Management, and P&C Insurance, actively seeks rewarding and challenging position in Medical Trave...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Arkansas Next in Line to Drink the Kool-Aid on Opt-Out

As follow up to my post yesterday about Texas’ opt-out system and other states, here is a link to another article in Business Insurance that says neighboring state, Arkansas is considering a...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Opt-out: The Thing That Will Not Die

An article in today’s Business Insurance magazine, Texas comp opt-out model could spread to other states: Report, said that the Texas Public Policy Foundation, a free enterprise research and...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Integral Healthcare

Doubling down on contentious issues is not just confined to the realm of politics. An article in Monday’s Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) states that single payer for the ...