Ohio Workers’ Compensation Medical & Health Symposium March 8 – 9, 2018

Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio

Seats are still available for our symposium’s provider clinical education sessions. We remind medical practitioners to register online today for our free symposium that focuses on Comprehensive Care for an Injured Worker. Based on your schedule, you may register for one or more sessions on either or both days. If you haven’t registered, take time to view the brochure here.

Added benefits: free continuing education, leading experts
Free continuing education credits are approved for select provider clinical education sessions for licensed health-care professionals. You will hear from leading state, national and international experts in their fields. An overwhelming percentage (94 percent) of last year’s attendees rated the presentation quality as excellent to very good. You don’t want to miss it!

The symposium kicks off with Dale Hull, M.D., who was paralyzed from a catastrophic injury explaining what happens “When Change Chooses You.” Here are the sessions that follow. It ends with Administrator/CEO Sarah Morrison reviewing “BWC Initiatives and Strategies – A Medical Focus” and Brad Hurtig, who lost both hands from a workplace injury, presenting “Find a Way: Turning Obstacles into Opportunities.”

Website, information
Our website outlines the details for session topics and speakers. If you have questions, call BWC’s provider contact center at 1-800-644-6292, options 0-3-0, or email medsymposium@ohio.gov.

The Medical & Health Symposium runs in conjunction with BWC’s Ohio Safety Congress & Expo. Together, we can make a difference in the care of Ohio’s injured workers – at home and at work.

On behalf of everyone at BWC, we look forward to seeing you March 8 – 9.

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