Rising’s 2015 Work Comp Benchmark Study Releases Results | Nov 2015

700 Work Comp Leaders Draw Roadmap for Claims/
November 4, 2015 — Chicago, IL — Some 5,000 insurer, TPA, and employer-based professionals fill claims leadership positions in workers’ compensation operations nationwide. They think as much about the future as they do day-to-day operations. To date, approximately 700 of these leaders have shared their insights through quantitative surveys and qualitative interviews conducted by the Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study in 2013, 2014, and now 2015.

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Rising CEO Named to Chicago Area Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame | Sep 2015

Jason Beans’ Entrepreneurial Leadership Inspires Healthcare Change /
September 29, 2015 – Chicago, IL – Founder and CEO of Rising Medical Solutions (Rising), Jason Beans, has been named as one of the 2015 inductees into the Chicago Area Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame hosted by the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies.

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Rising Announces New Focus for 2015 Work Comp Benchmark Study | Jun 2015

Annual Report Will Focus on Qualitative Research with Claims Leaders /
June 25, 2015 – Chicago, IL – For the past two years, June marked the Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study’s national survey of claims leaders, which provided the industry with quantitative benchmarks on 70-plus data points. This year brings a new approach to Rising Medical Solutions’ study program – qualitative research and the publication of an industry Insights Report that will focus on priorities and practical strategies for claims management advancement.

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Embracing Value-Based Purchasing – The Future is Now by Robert Evans, VP of Repricing Solutions | WorkCompWire | Jun 2015

In his second installment of the Leaders Speak series, Rising VP of Repricing Solutions Robert Evans writes about the practical steps the workers’ comp industry can take towards value-based purchasing. His best advice is not to wait for that “silver bullet,” there are models the industry can use today and build upon for tomorrow.

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