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Society launches worker’s comp on-demand webinar series

The Wisconsin Medical Society recently launched a series of five webinars centered on the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation system. The webinars, which are available on demand, will focus on the legal and medical considerations that affect patient care in order to build on the state’s successful worker’s compensation system.

Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, all five modules range from 15 to 45 minutes and may be viewed as a series or independently. Each of the modules is available for $25 for Society members and $50 for nonmembers. Click the links below for more information about each webinar or to register. The Society will continue to expand physician education in this area.

Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation: History and Overview
Ronald Aplin, JD, Shareholder, Aplin & Ringsmuth, LLC

Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation: Physicians and the Assessment of Disability
Ronald Aplin, JD, Shareholder, Aplin & Ringsmuth, LLC

Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation: Medical Issues and Causation
Ronald Aplin, JD, Shareholder, Aplin & Ringsmuth, LLC

Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation: Streamlining the Claim Process
Jim Putzer AIC, AIS, AINS, Worker’s Compensation Claims Manager, Society Insurance

Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation: Medical Providers’ Role in Return to Work
Elizabeth Thompson, BS, CDMS, CRC, Chief Executive Officer, Encore Unlimited, LLC

Visit the Society’s Continuing Education Center to learn about these and other educational opportunities.

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