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Return to work is everybody’s business — how everyone can be part of the solution

contributorLauren Finestone

Catherine Day, Director of Employer Supervision and Return to Work at SIRA, outlines SIRA's work...

Webinar recording — Implementing value-based healthcare in personal injury schemes

contributorJamie Macdonald

In this webinar, Jamie Macdonald discusses SIRA’s approach to implementing value, their key...

Workplace mental health resources by jurisdiction

contributorRTWMatters team

Not knowing where to begin is a barrier that prevents some organisations from taking action on...

Case manager whistle blower says workers deserve better  

contributorAnonymous Claims Adviser

“I would hate for an injured worker to hear how they’re spoken about in the office,” a NSW...

A scheme leaders’ approach to turning around RTW

contributorDr Mary Wyatt

A conversation with the NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA).

Factors influencing return to work outcomes

contributorState Insurance Regulatory Authority of NSW

Determined to reverse a decline in RTW rates in NSW, SIRA (the State Insurance Regulatory...

SIRA answers questions about value-based healthcare

contributorRTWMatters team

Petrina Casey of SIRA discusses the benefits and challenges of value-based healthcare (VBH) in...

Physiotherapists and psychologists can now certify in NSW

contributorDr Petrina Casey

Dr Petrina Casey, Director, Health Policy, Prevention & Supervision at the State Insurance...

Will workers' comp scandals overshadow pervasive human costs?

contributorDr Mary Wyatt

Yes, workers' compensation schemes have been poorly managed. Real change will come when there is...

Legal disputes, workers' compensation and COVID

contributorDanny Khoshaba, Partner, Insurance, Mills Oakley, along with his Associate Sherilyn Dunkley

A Brave New World: a workers compensation perspective on resolving legal disputes via technology...

icare laid bare

contributorGabrielle Lis

icare engaged with the evidence-base around best practice injury management, and tried to reform...

Mirror, mirror

contributorGabrielle Lis

“Who’s the fairest?” matters to compensation recipients. Researchers find associations between...

New insurer approach reduces delays in decisions about healthcare

contributorDr Mary Wyatt

Delays and disputes are stressful and can have a negative impact on recovery and return to work....