Conference on Workforce Wellness

Conference to explore workforce wellness and compensation in Tennessee.

Registration for the highly anticipated Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference is now officially open. Slated to run from June 12-14 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Nashville SE Murfreesboro, the event promises to be an insightful gathering for professionals involved in workers’ compensation and workplace wellness.

With an early-bird special of $400 available until April 30, interested parties are encouraged to secure their spots promptly. After this date, the registration fee will increase to $450. The conference, focusing on “The Future of Workforce Wellness,” aims to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of current trends and future directions in workers’ compensation and employee wellness.

Over the course of three days, the conference will offer a diverse program, including both breakout and general sessions. Highlighted topics cover a broad spectrum of interests, from the role of artificial intelligence in the workplace to updates in case law relevant to workers’ compensation. Attendees will also have the unique opportunity to witness a live oral argument before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, enhancing their understanding of the legal processes involved.

Further enriching the conference’s agenda, sessions on ethics training, workers’ compensation basics, and updates to the medical fee schedule will be provided. Additionally, the event will delve into the Certified Physician Program, the use of virtual reality for treating brain trauma, and strategies for navigating challenging conversations in a professional context.

This conference represents a key opportunity for professionals to stay abreast of critical developments in the field of workers’ compensation and workforce wellness, networking with peers, and gaining valuable insights into the future of workplace health and safety.

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