IAIABC Convention

About the IAIABC Convention

The IAIABC Convention addresses the current policy, regulatory, and administrative challenges and opportunities affecting workers' compensation around the world through a combination of presentations, discussion forums and roundtables, committee meetings, and social events.Bill Strickland

The IAIABC is one of the only places where regulators and private industry stakeholders sit at the same table in committee meetings and seminars, generating new ideas and strategies side by side. 

The IAIABC 106th Convention - Virtual, hosted throughout September 2020, was a fully virtual event in which over 350 people from around the world participated to discuss workers' compensation issues of today and tomorrow.  

Save The Date

The IAIABC Board of Directors faced a difficult decision in determining how to move forward with planning for the 107th Convention. After carefully considering Covid-19 cases, vaccination roll-outs, and Association member needs, the IAIABC Board of Directors has elected to host the IAIABC 107th Convention in-person with a virtual component.

The 107th Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, October 26 – Thursday, October 28, 2021 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown in Louisville, Kentucky. This “hybrid” conference will provide the opportunity for those who are comfortable traveling and attending in-person to do so, while giving a virtual option for those who elect not to travel. Many conference sessions will be available for virtual participation.

Save the date for these future IAIABC Conventions:

IAIABC 108th Convention
September 12-15, 2022
The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

IAIABC 109th Convention
September 11-14, 2023
Grand Hyatt Denver
Denver, Colorado, USA

IAIABC 110th Convention
September 23-26, 2024
Hilton Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Who Participates? 

In 2020, over 350 people attended the IAIABC 106th Convention - Virtual, including representatives from 41 jurisdictions.

Attendees of the IAIABC Convention traditionally include:

    • Jurisdictional regulators and administrators
    • Government/regulatory affairs personnel
    • Medical directors
    • Insurers 
    • Claims administrators
    • Attorneys
    • Service providers
    • Medical providers
    • Administrative law judges
    • ... and many more!