An Online Event
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Morning, Afternoon, and Lunch Breaks
There is so much going on right now and so much in transition. Whether it is in the realm of accident prevention, medical benefits management, or a changing legal and regulatory landscape for claims handling, our May 4th conference will provide the latest information and an opportunity to interact with experts as our industries looks to advance beyond the pandemic.
For one low price, this conference offers great content and continuing education credits for professionals in:
Self-Insured & State Fund Claims Handling | Safety & Health | TPAs | Law, Legislative & Regulatory | Nurse Case Management | Disability Management | Vocational Rehabilitation | Human Resources
Safety Culture 2022: Collaborative Safety Relationships and Resources
Lee Pyfrom, CHST, Director of Safety, MacDonald-Miller
Two Decades of COHE: What Self-Insurance and COHE Can Learn from One Another
Morgan Wear, Director, Center of Occupational Health & Education (COHE) Program
Tricia Daniel, RN, CCM, WWCP, NurseWorks NW
Breen Lorenz, BSN, RN, Retired
The New IME Rules - What do they say?
LaNae Lien, SI Claims Operations Manager, Department of Labor & Industries
The New IME Rules - What should you do?
Ryan Miller, Hall & Miller
Shawna Fruin, Reinisch Wilson Weier
COVID-19 Claims Management Validity and Reopening
Employer/Claims Handler Panel Discussion
Post-COVID Syndrome: What Have We Learned and Best Practices for Managing Cases and Return to Work?
Janna Friedly, MD, MPH, Professor, UW Medicine
Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD, Professor and Chair Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, UT Health San Antonio
Calling all sponsors!
Got news, updates, services, or anything you want to share with Washington's self-insured community? Want to support the event and WSIA's broader work? We've got sponsorship recognition space throughout our lead-up to the conference, including opportunities on camera during the event. Contact Kari Heinold to work out a custom package that's perfect for your company or click here to view our sponsorship packages.
Continuing Education Credits
WSIA will award 6 continuing education credit hours for the Washington Workers' Compensation Professional (WWCP) recertification. The following additional professional development credentials will be available to attendees:
- L&I CEU - Applied for
- CDMS - Applied for
- CRC - Applied for
- WSBA CLE - Applied for
- SHRM 6 recertification credits
- CCMC - Applied for
WSIA Members - $199
Additional members from same organization - $150 each
Non-members - $349 (Not a member? Click here to join today!)
No refunds will be given for cancellations made after May 2, 2022.