International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions
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The IAIABC is an association of workers' compensation jurisdictional regulators and industry professionals who find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses.
IAIABC Online Communities
Jurisdiction to Jurisdiction ("J2J")
Use the J2J Community to collaborate, share information, and connect with hundreds of your fellow workers' compensation regulators and agency staff.
Open to Jurisdictional Members
Jurisdictional News and Notices
Use the Jurisdictional News and Notices Community to share the dates and agendas of open advisory council meetings; let members know about public comment periods on pending rules or legislation; or inform others about new and interesting programs in your jurisdiction.
Open to all IAIABC Members
Visit the online communities at www.iaiabc.org/online-communities or find the link under the "Connect" section.
Accidentally Podcast: Is Universal Coverage Desirable?
Could universal coverage be the answer for workers' compensation? With injury frequency decreasing (good), premiums are decreasing as well (not good). But another thing that is happening is that with the rise in non-traditional work relationships, there will be fewer people covered by workers' compensation. So what if coverage were universal to workers, not just employees? Listen to February 2018's "Accidentally" podcast to hear more.
IAIABC Perspectives: A Year in Review
The IAIABC digital magazine Perspectives gives you its final issue of 2017, A Year in Review edition, looking at what shaped workers' compensation this year, along with a discussion on what's on the horizon in 2018.
Back for its second year, the IAIABC NextGen Initiative recognizes talented individuals under the age of 40 who are having a positive impact on workers' compensation and their organization. Nominate someone today!
As the use of telehealth in workers' compensation grows, the IAIABC will address the value it brings and regulatory challenges it poses during the Medical Institute at The Forum 2018.
Six states have announced implementation dates for the IAIABC newest Standard, EDI Claims Release 3.1, with five states offering XML reporting (one mandating).