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  • Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation

    AWWC is a think tank of engaged female thought leaders committed to discussing challenges and emerging trends in the Workers’ Compensation industry. Our goal is to provide an environment that allows for open dialogue on industry-specific topics resulting in idea sharing, insight gathering, networking.

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    2020 National Conference Events - Save the Date:

    • WCRI Pre-Conference Event, March 4 - Evolving Models of Health
    • Executives in Workers' Compensation workshop, March 20
    • MWCEA Educational Conference leadership event, April 16
    • RIMS Post-Conference Brunch, May 7
    • WCI Conference Session, August 19
    • NWCDC Pre-Conference Leadership Session, October 20
    • Compe Laude Conference Session, November 2
  • The Latest Topics

    The Future of Work

    Cultures are changing. Worker expectations are evolving. The workers’ compensation industry is facing high turnover and an aging workforce. Companies are heavily focused on talent attraction and retention and addressing the multi-generational needs of the workforce. Have you considered how personal connections and purposeful work impact job satisfaction?

    Watch the keynote address by Laryy Gioia from WCRI 2019 and discover your role in the future of work.


    Financial Acumen

    One of the primary reasons women are not promoted to senior positions is the lack of understanding and ownership of business financials. Whether early in your career, mid-level management, or senior leaders, financial acumen is critical for your success.

    Learn more about profit and loss statements, budgeting, and business and division performance metrics here.

  • Hot Topics: Read the White Paper

    Creating an Advocacy-Based Claims Model - Business leaders in the healthcare industry invest significant resources to create positive corporate cultures. Yet in the workers’ compensation segment of our industry, all too often the focus seems to be on conflict instead of caring.

    We are in the business of delivering benefits... so, how do we get back to the basics of what workers' compensation was founded on and change the conversation from adversary to advocate? And how could changing the mind set from a cost protection model to a patient protection model improve outcomes--not only for injured workers but for employers as well?


    Rethinking Pain Management - The topic of pain management is one of the hottest workers’ compensation topics as the opioid crisis spreads across the country. For years, our industry has addressed opioid challenges, including weaning and tapering. Yet, how do we treat chronic pain without opioids? Have you heard of prehabilitation and pre-pain care paths? Is pain literacy part of your workers’ compensation claim best practices? What are the recommended treatment options for acute pain patients?

    This summary reflects on handling pre-pain, acute pain, and chronic pain treatment.

  • 2020 Corporate Sponsors

    AF GroupBroadspire   HealthESystems