Industry journalist and consultant, Peter Rousmaniere, uses data from Rising’s Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study to discuss how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help the workers’ compensation industry. In the article, he shares how AI can go beyond prediction to help payers remove errors in their claims management processes.
December 4, 2017 – Chicago, IL – Now in its fifth year, the 2017 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study reprises its 2014 survey questions to measure industrywide advancement in claims management these past three years. The study also continues its potent method of validating how and what higher performers are doing differently than lower performing peers to reveal a more robust profile of the successful claims organization. Findings from the just published 2017 study reflect the responses of 572 claims leaders reporting on their organizations’ operational priorities, challenges, and strategies.
Chicago, IL – November 16, 2017 – Longtime workers’ compensation strategist David Huth is the newest member of Rising Medical Solutions’ (Rising) executive leadership team. David brings 30 years of industry knowledge and technical expertise to his role as Vice President of Product Design and Development, responsible for optimizing Rising’s managed care portfolio. Most recently,
Chicago, IL – November 9, 2017 – Rising Medical Solutions vice president and study program director Rachel Fikes earned top honors in the 2017 Comp Laude® Awards service provider category for her pioneering efforts to advocate for claims management advancement in the workers’ compensation industry, including employee-centric benefits delivery. Presented by WorkCompCentral, the annual Comp
Chicago, IL – October 24, 2017 – In a move to expand its Northeast footprint, Rising Medical Solutions (Rising) has hired two Business Development Executives in the market. Augmenting Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Timothy Howlin, who joined Rising in March 2017 out of New York, is longtime workers’ compensation executive Tyisha Torres.
The highest percentage of claims leaders (46 percent) surveyed in Rising’s 2017 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study believe adjusters become expert at claims management within four to six years on the job. This begs the question, what makes a claims expert and how do adjusters become one? In this short report – Do “10,000 Hours” Make a Great Claims Professional? How Claims Teams Can Achieve Peak Performance – we feature expert interviews from Albertsons, Sedgwick, Daimler Trucks North America, and industry consultants to investigate strategies for mastery development and to provide claims leaders with a practical guide for improving workplace performance. >> Five minutes to read.
As many as a quarter of serious workers’ comp claims — those with more than 30 days of lost time — involve a misdiagnosis or inappropriate treatment, according to a report by Best Doctors. Anne Kirby, Rising’s Chief Compliance Officer & VP of Care Management, comments on the report’s findings and the use of physician reviews as an effective tool for addressing misguided care.