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When I Grow Up...

avatar Steve Schmutz

09/08/14  General  6 comment(s) 

When I Grow Up...
    “What do you want to do when you grow up?” It’s a question posed to every child at least a thousand times – and it’s a valid one. Scott Hudson, President of Gallagher Bassett Services wants to hear people say, “I want a career in the workers’ comp industry.” Lofty goal? Yes, but a great one, and I for one, am behind Scott all the way. I’m a software guy – always have been, always will be. Never gave workers’ comp much thought until one day when a friend of mine asked a question out...

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Claimwire Newsletter - August 2014

avatar Coleen Matsen, Claimwire

09/17/14  General  0 comment(s) 

  Keeping Workers' Comp Professionals Up-to-Date   A free service from your friends at Claimwire  and our Sponsors ...

What You Need To Know About Medical Coding

avatar Chris Drevalas, Vice President of Marketing & Finance, Alpha Review Corporation

09/17/14  General  0 comment(s) 

What You Need to Know about Medical Coding   Unless you’re a medical coder, coding is an aspect of health care that you probably don’t know a whole lot about. It’s a very specialized task in ...

The Origins of a Work Comp Service Startup

avatar Paul Binsfeld, Founder & CEO, Company Nurse

08/30/14  General  0 comment(s) 

by Paul Binsfeld, CEO and Founder of Company Nurse

Jim Kelly: A Great Quarterback. A Better Man.

avatar Steve Schmutz

08/18/14  Spotlight  7 comment(s) 

  I’ve attended more conferences and listened to more speakers than I can possibly remember. Some were quite good, but none of them compare to what I heard today. Today, I was inspired. I’...

The Bricklayer Story

A Good Reminder

avatar Steve Schmutz

08/12/14  General  2 comment(s) 

  Did you hear the one about the bricklayer? Of course you did. That story has been around for years—showing up in Saturday Night Live skits, Laurel and Hardy movies, various newspapers all over the wo...