International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions
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The IAIABC is an association of workers' compensation regulators and industry professionals who work to advance the efficiency and effectiveness of workers' compensation systems throughout the world.
IAIABC Online Communities
The online communities are here! The first online communities to go live are for reviewing and commenting on Issue Resolution Requests (IRRs). Those who are active participants in the EDI Claims, Medical/eBilling, Proof of Coverage, and Systems Committees will have access to the communities and are encouraged to take part in the discussions.
Visit the online communities at www.iaiabc.org/online-communities. More communities will be going live soon - keep watching!
EDI Proof of Coverage Release 3.0 Updated
Approved changes to the Proof of Coverage Release 3.0 over the last year have been made, and the updated Implementation Guide is now available for download.
IAIABC Podcast: Looking Back and Moving On
Jennifer Wolf Horejsh interviews Glenn Morton, Administrator of the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court, for June's "Accidentally" podcast where he shares his thoughts on the history and future of workers' compensation as he plans for retirement after nearly 30 years in the industry.
The IAIABC held its second National Conversation at the 2016 Central States Association Spring Seminar, where 50 attendees discussed opportunities and challenges for the future of workers’ compensation.
The IAIABC is calling for candidates for its Board of Directors, the governing body of the Association. Candidates must be in an executive role with with a Jurisdictional Member organization and have workers' compensation policy and administrative responsibilities.
A new report from the IAIABC analyzes the protections of workers’ compensation with those defined in employee benefit plans allowed under Oklahoma’s alternative plans. Understanding the Opt-Out Alternative examines the issue in-depth, addressing key assertions of opt-out proponents including comparability of benefits and coverage to provide a framework and fact-based analysis to guide the continuing public policy debate.
The new IAIABC digital magazine Perspectives will challenge us to think critically and differently about workers’ compensation to help improve the system for its most important stakeholders, employees and employers, and while we’re at it, expand our own minds.