There are twelve IAIABC committees and two councils that are actively creating resources, holding informative discussions, and developing standards for IAIABC members and the workers' compensation industry.
- Associate Member Council
- EDI Council
- 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
Committees are comprised of official members, who each serve one year terms. Associate Member Council and EDI Council members serve three year terms. Committee membership is an excellent way to stay abreast of current issues and upcoming trends, as well as connect with peers in the industry. The applicaton period for committee membership takes place in the fall every year.
What Do Committee Members Do?
IAIABC committee members work to support the mission of the IAIABC to find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses.
Committees develop information and resources for the IAIABC membership and workers' compensation industry. Broad committee member participation in these activities is critical to ensuring quality work is being produced and disseminated.
Committee members often collaborate with other committees on joint projects that further the understanding of important workers' compensation issues.
Through active participation in in-person committee meetings at the IAIABC Convention and The Forum as well as teleconferences throughout the year, members stay connected to the issues and projects their committees are working on and addressing.
Interested in knowing what was discussed during IAIABC committee meetings at the IAIABC 105th Convention, October 21-24, 2019? Read the committee meeting summaries.
The Committee Handbook guides the work and responsibilities of committee leaders and members.