- Wednesday, February 15, 2017 – 7:30am to 5:00pm
- Thursday, February 16, 2017 – 7:30am to 5:00pm
- WSIA Office, Olympia Washington (info below)
The issues, material, hypotheticals, and case studies covered in complex claims is equally useful to claims professionals in both the self-insured and State Fund (including retrospective ratings) settings.
- History of Washington Workers’ Compensation
- Investigation of accidents and claims
- Compensability of injuries and disease claims
- Apportionment of injuries
- Communication with injured workers and other system participants
- Management of the medical dimensions of the injury claim
- Management of the disability aspects of the injury claim, including leaves of absence and return to work
- Reserving the cost of the claim
- Closing the claim
- Permanent Partial Disability compensation
- Medical Provider Network basics
- Intro to litigation and litigation management
- Integrating investigation, medical, disability, and litigation management
Please note that time loss, LEP and PPD calculations are covered in a separate, calculations-only offering.
Julie Busch - Vocational Services, Strategic Consulting Services, Inc.
Erinn Hyre - Claims Management, Sedgwick
Kathryn Kunkler - Attorney, Keehn Kunkler, PLLC
Betsy Reeve - Attorney, Reeve Shima, P.C.
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Continuing Education Credits
WSIA will award 15 credits (7 statutory) for the Washington Workers' Compensation Professional (WWCP) designation and 15 recertification credits for the PHR, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP human resource certifications.
Labor & Industries CEU - Approved for 8.5 Claims Management, 4.5 Legal and 1 General.
WSIA Members - $425
Group discount: Additional members from same organization - $350 each
Non-members - $700
Full breakfast and lunch included both days for in-person attendees
Cancellations policy: No refunds after February 8, 2017