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Release of Generic Medications for Workers' Comp in 2022
November 16, 2021
Next year twenty-eight drugs relevant to workers’ compensation are expected to become available as generics. These formulations will be made available once the original drug manufacturer’s brand name period of exclusivity has expired.
FDA Approves Combination NSAID/Opioid Seglentis
October 22, 2021
On October 18, 2021, Seglentis was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
2021 mPower Virtual Conference
October 12, 2021
The Mitchell | Genex | Coventry team looks forward to connecting with you at the 2021 mPower Conference, taking place virtually October 12–14, 2021.
Technology & tools for employee wellness
August 30, 2021
Employee absence can be costly for employers, whether it’s due to work-related illnesses and injuries or not. There are steps employers can take in areas ranging from physical fitness to behavioral health that can help make workers happier, healthier, and more productive on the job.
Uncertainty clouds the outlook for some workers this fall: home or office?
August 24, 2021
Uncertainty clouds the outlook for some workers this fall: home or office? office, if at all.
A virtual silver lining: the pandemic’s boost to telemedicine
August 15, 2021
A virtual silver lining: the pandemic's boost to telemedicine: for workers’ compensation cases, it’s reasonable to expect that the increased use of telemedicine for triage and speedy treatment will remain.
The rising retirement rate is changing the U.S. workforce
July 27, 2021
The average number of baby boomers who retire from the U.S. work force has been slowly growing over the last 10 years, as the population that “boomed” after the second world war have reached retirement age. But 2020 saw a big jump in the retirement rate, according to Pew Research Center, with over 3 million more people retiring than in 2019. Some workers left the labor force by choice; others were forced into early retirement.
A chat about long COVID
July 11, 2021
Long COVID is complicating some patients' abilities to recover from COVID-19. There is a range of lasting symptoms.