Workers’ Comp Power Broker Rose Ko Shares Insight on Data Analytics’ Impact in the Sector and the Latest Trends to Watch

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Risk & Insurance - Jun 26, 2022

One of the knock-on effects of the pandemic is the way that it accelerated many trends that were just taking hold in workers’ comp, like telehealth and a greater emphasis on mental health and worker wellbeing.  Brokers have had to pivot and adapt quickly in order to bring clients the right sol...

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