Workers Comp System Leaders – Your Voices Can Be Heard – Anonymously
Workers Comp System Leaders – a 10-year report card on the workers comp system – let your opinion count.
I sat through the Vegas session on what the study provides – which is great data for workers comp claim departments. Rachel Fikes (Rising Medical) and Denise Algire (Albertsons Companies) – two of the study’s administrators – asked me to pass along a request to have all the workers comp industry leaders complete the survey.
The info that I find out from these surveys each year is sometimes astonishing, to say the least. I will be writing an article this week on some of the surprising data from the surveys this week. (See that article here).
I know that you are extremely busy (post-pandemic). Any survey completions would go a long way in helping out the industry as a whole – and BONUS – you get a free copy of the survey. Please see the red links below to participate in the study. Thanks.
Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study Launches 2022 Claims Performance Survey and Prepares to Deliver 10-Year Industry Report Card
October 17, 2022 – Chicago, IL – The Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study, the largest national research program investigating top issues impacting claims organizations today, has released its annual survey, inviting claims leaders to once again participate in important industry research that will be published in its 2022 Report.
“Prior to launching the study over a decade ago, there was no survey-based assessment tool focused on claims organizational performance and strategy,” said Rachel Fikes, chief experience officer and study program director at Rising Medical Solutions. “Through our participants’ collective intelligence, we have developed research that is both for and with claims professionals to identify the operational and cultural practices that are delivering superior employee care and return to work outcomes.”
The latest survey reprises questions used since the study’s inception and responses will be used to deliver a 10-year industry report card that quantifies persistent claims challenges and measures advancements to overcome them. Ultimately the 2022 Report will help claims organizations to:
- Benchmark operational performance and pinpoint outliers
- Substantiate successful strategies among peers
- Identify practices generating better outcomes
- Advocate for resources in support-challenged areas
- Drive talent optimization
- Leverage total worker health models
- Quantify the past 10 years of industry progress
All claims managers, directors, and executive-level leaders who oversee workers’ compensation claims operations for payer organizations are invited to take the confidential 2022 survey. The survey will remain open throughout the month of October and into early November.
Study participants will receive a copy of the 2022 Study Report which will be published in 2023. As in prior years, the 2022 Report will be available to all industry stakeholders without cost or obligation as a contribution to the workers’ compensation industry.