IAIABC committees support the mission of the Association to find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses. Committees collect information and develop resources for the IAIABC membership and workers' compensation industry, sharing best practices, new ideas, data, and strategies to further the understanding of important workers' compensation issues.
IAIABC committees are made up of official committee members. Through active participation in committee meetings and resource development throughout the year, committee members stay connected to their peers and abreast of trends and new challenges impacting the industry.
Committees and Councils
Committee and Council membership applications are open October 19 - November 23, 2020 for the upcoming term. Committee and Council appointments are made by the IAIABC President, with notifications being sent by December 18, 2020.
Associate Member Council
There are 15 members of the Associate Member Council, comprised of both Associate and EDI Member organizations.
There are 24 members of the EDI Council, comprised of 12 Jurisdictional Members and 12 EDI Members.
Committee members serve one year terms; the upcoming term is for January 1 - December 31, 2021. Committee membership responsibilities are guided by the Committee Handbook. Learn more about each committee via the links below.
- Coverage Compliance Task Force
- Disability Management and Return to Work
- Dispute Resolution
- EDI Claims
- EDI Medical and EDI Medical ProPay
- EDI Proof of Coverage
- EDI Systems Committee and XML Task Group
- Medical Issues
- NAIC/IAIABC Joint Working Group
- Research and Standards
While committees meet all year, often their most productive and well-attended meetings take place during the IAIABC Convention in the fall and The Forum in the spring (a "Committee Week" was held in 2020 in lieu of The Forum). Read these Committee Summaries to learn what the committees have been discussing.
IAIABC 106th Convention - Virtual (September 2020)
Committee Week (April 2020)