The California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) recently released a study indicating that most working age Californians that fell ill due to the coronavirus did not file work injury claims. According to their data, only one in every fourteen Covid-19 cases in Californians aged 18 to 65 years filed for workers’ compensation. Furthermore, just one in…

The ability to think critically is important in all walks of life – as every organization requires its leaders to come up with solutions relevant to each industry. In the field of healthcare, the stakes can be exceedingly high, and there are situations where the wrong decision can lead to the loss of somebody’s life….

New Laws have been passed in California to protect workers from the on-going coronavirus pandemic. The new laws, namely SB1159 and AB685, focused on improving workers compensation services and allowing employees who have contracted Covid-19 to assume they were infected at work until proven otherwise. Governor Gavin Newsom believes that these “two laws will help…

The advent of Covid-19 has forced workplaces all over the world to change their ways – and businesses have not been the same since. Most businesses have switched to a work-from-home setup, allowing employees to accomplish work from the comfort of their own homes. This, in turn, helps keep the wheels turning during a time…

The spread of the coronavirus has brought about a worldwide pandemic that has shocked the world while grinding normal everyday life to a near standstill. The last few months have been a time of great uncertainty, loss, and fear – and there is still no end in sight, as doctors and scientists race to find…

There are many issues that Republicans and Democrats just cannot seem to agree on – but neither side can deny the fact that America is currently undergoing a small insurance crisis. In fact, both sides agree that the growing number of people without coverage is an issue that requires a serious solution – the difference…

California Senators have submitted a bill that seeks to expand the way compensation data is reported to the state starting next year. Senate Bill 973, if passed, will require all employers with a minimum of one hundred employees to submit annual compensation data reports to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) starting March…

Technology continues to transform society as advancements in software and computers bring the entire world within anybody’s reach – with just a single touch of a screen. Artificial intelligence looms on the horizon as more and more applications look to revolutionize all human industries, including that of the healthcare industry. In this race to innovate,…

Doctors today live in a world that has been transformed through modern technology, which has resulted in the emergence of certain types of equipment that has made this incredibly complicated profession just a little bit easier for everyone. These new devices go a long way in making a physician’s job more convenient and compatible with…

Working in healthcare has never been easy – but the emergence of the coronavirus, and the ensuing pandemic and lockdown that transpired because of it, has complicated things to an unmeasurable degree. Apart from putting many health workers in a tough situation by keeping them quarantined away from family, frontliners face death on a daily…

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