• IAIABC Perspectives Magazine: November 2019

    IAIABC Perspectives Magazine: November 2019

    IAIABC Perspectives: Perspectives on Evidence-Based Medicine: Collaborating Using Data, and Overcoming Obstacles shares articles on evidence-based medicine, big data in state-adopted treatment guidelines, integrative health, and post-IAIABC 105th Convention committee and council summaries.

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  • Apply for IAIABC Committee Membership Today

    Apply for IAIABC Committee Membership Today

    The IAIABC invites members to apply to participate as an official IAIABC council or committee member or leader for the upcoming term. Through committees, build knowledge of industry issues and ideas, connect with peers, and develop meaningful resources to help improve workers' compensation. Current committee members must reapply. Applications close Monday, November 25.

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  • Gain Your Foundation in Workers' Compensation

    Gain Your Foundation in Workers' Compensation

    Jurisdictional agency staff that are new to workers' compensation or have only been in a specialized area of workers' compensation are encouraged to participate in the Foundations of Workers' Compensation Program. The Foundations Program is offered virtually, and provides a comprehensive education of workers' compensation regulatory and administrative topics. Courses for 2020 will run February-May. Registration is open now!

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International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions

Find Information. Connect People. 

The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions, or IAIABC, is an association of workers' compensation jurisdictional regulatory agencies and industry stakeholders who find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses. 

Featured Resources

IAIABC Featured Resources

 

November 2019 "Accidentally" Podcast: Power of Service

The impact we have on the world can be seen through our service to it. In workers’ compensation, the human element to workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities can often get lost – but it shouldn’t. Jennifer Wolf shares her thoughts on service and how we in the industry, and even we as humans, can make our impact felt. Listen to the November 2019 "Accidentally" podcast now.

IAIABC Perspectives: Perspectives on Evidence-Based Medicine: Collaborating, Using Data, and Overcoming Obstacles

IAIABC Perspectives Magazine November 2019 issue shares articles on evidence-based medicine, big data in state-adopted treatment guidelines, integrative health, & post-IAIABC 105th Convention committee and council summaries. 

Member Spotlight

 

 
November 2019: Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Division

The November member spotlight features the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Division. Read about their thoughts on medical cost, their Litigated Case Portal, why they're an IAIABC member, and more. Thank you to Steven Peters for sharing with us.

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