Take the Work out of Workers' Comp

We here at DWC Exchange would like to thank all attendees of our Take the Work out of Workers’ Comp webinar, which we had on Wednesday August 26th. For those of you that couldn’t attend or missed part of the webinar on key workers’ comp issues and topics, we are doing a brief overview as this week’s blog.

The keynote speakers of this webinar were Krizelle Manzano, DWC Exchange’s Business Development Manager, and Vicky Hibbard, DWC Exchange’s Account Executive and Customer Support Representative. Ms. Hibbard launched the webinar off with a breakdown of lien activation and the updates that the 9th Circuit ruling have introduced to the lien activation fee issue. Ms. Hibbard also shared how DWC Exchange has already introduced key features that relate to this issue, should the lien activation fee be implemented.

The webinar went on to describe reasons to increase productivity and efficiency within a workers’ comp process. Ms. Manzano shared ways to lower file rejection rate while JetFiling, as well as how to track cases and Case Watches more accurately. It is often difficult to identify why a file was rejected by the DIR, but one way to reduce uncertainty is to use software, such as does genital herpes itch DWC Exchange, that tells you specifically why it was rejected.

The webinar ended with various tips aimed to make the most out of the work cougar dating sites comp process, compiled from various California work comp experts that have been in the workers’ comp industry for quite some time.

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