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Webinar: Emerging AI Tools: The Hartford's iRECOVER Program
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a valuable tool in Workers' Compensation. This webinar will take a deeper look at how this technology can be useful by reviewing an implementation of one of the AI programs in use by a large carrier, iRECOVER. iRECOVER was developed to improve an injured employee's quality of life and avoid delay in injury recovery for an individual. iRECOVER identifies the biological, psychological or social factors that can delay recovery. The program is administered through iRECOVER Coaches who work with the injured employee and build their self-efficacy and empower the worker to actively engage in their injury recovery and return to work.

 

This webinar will allow participants to:

  • List the impact of comorbidities, behavioral, and psychological factors on the predictive model which uses data that was developed from our insurance claims database. The data comes from three primary sources: billing/payment information, medical records, and claim notes.
  • Define passivity, via natural language processing (NLP) and text mining programs, to better identify those employees at risk for delayed recovery.
  • Understand the role of fear avoidance, catastrophic thinking, and perceived injustice with regard to recovery. 

 

Cost

Members: $63
Non-Members: $83

Note: Credit card payments will be assessed a 3.5% convenience fee.

 

Continuing Education Credit

This webinar has been submitted for approval for one (1) hour of CLCP/CCLCP, CMSP, CMSP-F, CWCP, CGCM, and MSCC continuing education credits.


Learn more about our Presenter

Adam Seidner, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, The Hartford

Dr. Adam Seidner, MD, MPH, is the chief medical officer for The Hartford, and is responsible for The Hartford’s strategy and policy across all lines of business with a particular focus on workers’ compensation and disability management.

Dr. Seidner earned a doctor of medicine degree from SUNY Health Science Center, a master’s degree in public health from the University of Connecticut, and an A.B. in Anthropology from Hamilton College. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice and the Board of Preventative Medicine: Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

 

 


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