LASIE News
  • Peggy Dean St. John (January 11, 1953-May 20, 2017)

    Peggy Dean St. John, 64, a resident of Woodworth, passed away on Saturday, May 20, 2017, after a brief illness.

  • Missing the Forest for the Trees

    As state workers' compensation systems take stock of efforts to end the opioid epidemic, some are also starting to realize that they have the power to help curb the problem. Louisiana, for example, is tied with New York for the....

  • Putting a Bridle on the Louisiana Opioid Epidemic

    Maybe you saw it on the news. Maybe you didn’t have to, because you’ve already witnessed it – opioid addiction in your patients, your employees, even your family or friends. It wouldn’t be a surprise, since Louisiana is one of eight states with more opioid prescriptions than residents....

  • American Red Cross May Promotion

    10-20% Discount on all OSHA Compliance Training-Renewal Supplies

  • One Crucial Way Aviation Safety Could Help Advance Health Care Programming

    Air travel and healthcare have operational parallels, but the key difference for air safety lies in its well-researched top-notch policies and procedures. How can we bring healthcare up to speed? Let’s talk.

  • Outliers should be Outed

    High intensity could also be called "outliers." The 5-20% of prescribers that are responsible for 70-90% of the painkillers. The 5-20% of patients that consume 70-90% of the painkillers (or alcohol, or marijuana, or ...).

  • Hospital Billing - True Cost of Healthecare

    Spending time in the hospital is very expensive. Rather than giving you an itemized list of everything that might go into a hospital stay, I’ll talk about something that should be almost as good: bills from a hospital, complete with final reimbursement amounts. That should give us a pretty good idea of the value of hospital services, since insurance companies have access to all the costs and specialize in being able to offer the minimum amount any institution is likely to accept.

  • Louisiana Compmetrics

    Compmetrics is the empirical analysis of the health of a workers' compensation system. It is the analytical, evidence-based approach to developing a workers' compensation system that prioritizes appropriate medical care for injured workers and at the same time promotes a cost-effective and efficient workers' compensation system.

  • LOUISIANA APPELLATE COURT DECISIONS – WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

    Affirmed WCJ’s grant of summary judgment in favor of the employer/carrier, dismissing claim for death benefits based on fraud.

  • Work Comp's Bitter Pill. Ending Opioid Abuse Critical to Speeding Return to Work

    It’s no secret that pharmacy costs often tip the scales for self-insured group health plans, but they’re also a signifi cant concern for self-insured workers’ compensation programs for several reasons.

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LASIE Events

Calendar


2017 CWCP Session One
Module I - May 8, 2017
Module II - May 9-10, 2017
Module III - May 11, 2017
Module IV - May 12, 2017


2017 Open Forum
July 12, 2017
Baton Rouge Marriott


2017 CWCP Session Two
Module I - July 17, 2017
Module II - August 14-15, 2017
Module III - September 11, 2017
Module IV - October 9, 2017


Certified Medicare Secondary Payer
Professional Program (CMSP)

Chicago, IL
June 19-21, 2017

Baltimore, MD
September 25-27, 2017


2017 LASIE Annual Conference
Golden Nugget Casino
Lake Charles, LA
November 8-10, 2017

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