9-22-16 Work Comp Symposium - What's it All About

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Tired of reliving the definition of insanity with regard to your workers’ comp cases? Stop doing the same thing over and over and hoping for different results – learn something new with the help of the Minnesota Comp Advisor’s 2016 Work Comp Symposium this September.

Space is limited
Thursday, September 22nd businesses from surrounding areas will gather to gain insight from industry experts and leaders in the workers’ comp arena from 8:30am to 1pm at the Southview Country Club in West St. Paul, Minnesota. CEOs, CFOs, business owners and finance managers – grab your phone (651-968-5510) or send a quick email (kajohnson@summitortho.com) to reserve your seat for this formal/informal breakfast and lunch seminar including an exciting Q&A session.

Practical workers’ comp tools
From claims management to audit assistance and loss control, let our Work Comp Symposium industry experts guide you – and your patients – to better outcomes:

  • Keynote Speaker Bill Laak, LTD
    Specializing in workers’ comp defense law, Mr. Laak’s history as a workers’ comp claim rep as he worked his way through law school provides valuable insight.
  • Work Comp Advisor Mark Kraemer, CIC, CWCA, CSRM
    Get guidance on minimizing claims impact, experience mods, and premiums.
  • Board Certified Occupational Physician Dr. John Kipp, M.D.
    Learn how to boost your return to work results.
  • Board Certified Arthroscopic Surgeon Dr. Eric Khetia, M.D.
    Discover the path injured employees take back to health and productivity.
  • Senior Claims Examiner Peggy Adermen
    Glean insider information during this exclusive lunch Q&A with this veteran, 30-year examiner from The Builder’s Group.

End the insanity of drab workers’ comp results. Sign-up for the 2016 Work Comp Symposium from Minnesota Comp Advisor today.

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