May 12, 2015

Tech Trends as Seen in Risk & Insurance

Claims Management
, Cost Containment

Now that the dust has settled a bit from the weather-worn RIMS conference, held April 26-29 in New Orleans, La., we would like to continue the conversation.

Risk & Insurance featured CorVel’s RIMS Recap on Friday, talking about all things tech. In case you missed it, last month, Gordon Clemons, our CEO and Chairman, presented at the conference about emerging technology and its potential (or impending) impact on workers’ compensation. The discussion served as a springboard for new insights on how technology will change the industry, and reaffirmed the need for integrated systems and human interaction for the best results.

At CorVel, we believe the future is here – and technology is constantly evolving in hopes of outpacing tomorrow’s needs. As these technology platforms become more inherent in daily life, the gap in translating their utilization to workers’ compensation will begin to close.

Covering topics from wearables and beacons to drones and telemedicine, CorVel has been keeping a gauge on trending technologies. However, when it comes to producing real results, an integrated infrastructure and a patient-first philosophy are key.

Read more and access the article: Risk & Insurance: “RIMS Recap: Tech Trends that Could Change Everything.”

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