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Changes in Latitudes – A Work Comp Conference in Vegas, a New Address for the WorkCompEdge Blog

Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Written By
Kory Wells

You might think it’s the onset of summer and the lure of vacation time that has me humming Jimmy Buffett’s “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes” – and you might be right! But events happening here at Zywave have me contemplating other changes of locale as well, and I want to share those with you:

Change latitudes in person – Meet me at the 2012 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be presenting at the 21st annual National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo. Billed as “the nation’s leading event for anyone involved in the workers’ comp and disability management industries,” the conference will be held November 7 – 9, 2012, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The agenda includes four tracks:

Palm tree chairs and umbrella on tropical beach
A change in latitude, as Jimmy Buffett suggests, can sure be a good thing! But don’t let my current preoccupations with tropical climes fool you – the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference is in Las Vegas this year. Don’t miss the registration discount available to readers of the WorkCompEdge blog!
  • Better Claims Management (featuring a session by yours truly),
  • Health and Medical Management,
  • Solving Legal and Regulatory Issues, and
  • one of the hot topics in workers’ comp these days, Opioid Solutions.

This conference focuses on valuable session takeaways and includes the expertise of presenters and panelists from all aspects of workers’ comp. Check it out – and if you decide to go, don’t miss this discount available to you as a reader of the WorkCompEdge blog: Register for the conference with Promo Code WELLS12 and save $320.00 off the standard rate – that’s only $975 for access to everything the conference has to offer!

To stay in touch with pre-conference buzz, don’t miss the conference subgroup on LinkedIn. (If you’re not already a member of LinkedIn and the parent group, the Work Comp Analysis Group, here’s more info.) Also follow the conference Twitter account, @wcconf, and watch for conversations using the #NWCDconf hashtag.

Change latitudes in cyberspace – Visit the new address for the WorkCompEdge blog

The WorkCompEdge blog is moving to a new location! (You’re reading on the new location – doesn’t it look nice, thanks to our fabulous Zywave designers?) Just this week, Zywave has unveiled a fresh new Zywave.com site, integrated for insurance professionals and financial advisors to find product information, blogs, articles, and many other resources all in one sleek interface. After today, all new posts to the WorkCompEdge blog will be made only at the new address:

www.zywave.com/resources/workers-compensation/blogs/.

If you forget, no worries, as the old address will forward you to the new one by the end of May.

If you subscribe to the WorkCompEdge blog by email, you’ll still receive updates as usual. If you read the blog via a feed reader, the new feed address is www.zywave.com/category/workers-compensation/feed/

Even if the blog’s latitude is changing, my attitude is the same

I’m always grateful for interaction with my readers, because I always learn from your questions and comments. Keep ’em coming – by email and through comments here on the blog and in social media! And if you get a summer trip to the beach before I do, save me a chair – we might get around to talking a little workers’ comp as we sip our umbrella drinks and watch the waves.

2 responses to “Changes in Latitudes – A Work Comp Conference in Vegas, a New Address for the WorkCompEdge Blog”

  1. Great posting Kory! I excited that you are part of the National Workers Compensation and Disability Conference. Keep up the great work!!

    • Hi, Mark

      I’m late in saying thank you because I made this blog post and headed out on vacation…but I appreciate your kind words! I’m excited to be part of the conference this year and to meet you and many others in person for the first time. (For anyone else reading, Mark is the ringleader behind the marvelous Work Comp Analysis Group on LinkedIn…read what I’ve written about it here).

      Thanks for stopping by to say hello!

      Kory

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