If anything good has resulted from COVID-19, it’s the heightened awareness it has brought to mental health issues. As we transition from a pandemic to endemic state, companies are adapting to yet another new “normal” as they grapple with working arrangements that satisfy both the needs of the business and its workforce. Amongst the uncertainty, one thing is clear: employee mental health factors into the workers’ compensation space now more than ever.
Recently, Marsh's Workers' Compensation Center of Excellence hosted a webcast The Road to Recovery: Mental Wellness and Successful Workers’ Compensation Claim Outcomes. Our panel of experts in workers’ compensation coverage and claims shared insights into how mental health can affect workers’ compensation claims and outcomes. Key discussion points included:
Adam Seidner, MD, MPH, CIC
Chief Medical Officer
Vice President of Business Insurance Claims
The Travelers Companies
Director, Workers’ Compensation Claims
Global Risk Management
Comcast NBCUniversal Sky
Director of Workers' Compensation Claims
Workers' Compensations Center of Excellence
The Road to Recovery: Mental Wellness and Successful Workers’ Compensation Claim Outcomes
Hear from a panel of workers’ compensation specialists on how employee mental health is affecting workers' compensation claims.