March Modness - Call the Right Play!


March Modness


DATE: Thursday, March 22nd: Session runs from 8:00 to 10:30 am

Registration starts at 7:30 am.       




To win the game, you need to call the right plays. But what are the right plays and how do you run them? The answer is found in good coaching. When it comes to your experience modification factor, each year, the tradition continues as the NCCI calculates your mod which is then applied to your workers’ compensation premium, bringing either the thrill of victory or agony of defeat. Frustration is found in the belief by many employers that they have no control over this “modness.” But that belief is a myth.

In the March Excelleration™ on Thursday, March 22nd, we have assembled a great coaching staff to bring greater understanding to employers on how to control workers’ compensation cost through experience mod management. Call the right plays!


Coaching Staff


Slam Dunk: Finding Savings in an Aggravated Inequity Anna Evans, ACA, CWC, PHR, is Vice President and Managing Claims Consultant in the Lykes Insurance Claim Mitigation Solutions division. Anna brings unparalleled knowledge of workers compensation claims management and associated HR and legal issues. She works with her clients to ensure that WC claims are brought to closure efficiently and cost effectively.

Inside the Paint: A Legislative and Legal Update  Michael McCabe, Esq. focuses his practice on Workers' Compensation Defense and Appellate Law with Henderson, Franklin, Starnes and Holt, PA. Michael represents insurance carriers, third party administrators, and employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims.

Road Game: Role of Personal Interaction as an Employer in a WC Claim R. Eliseo “Chao” credits his care and compassion towards the 200 + employees in his care to his own experience as an injured employee in 1994. Chao is the Safety/Risk Manager for Mitchell & Stark Construction. He is a bilingual OSHA 500 Instructor, NUCA Trench & Confined Space Entry Instructor, AMOT, and Asbestos Contractor Supervisor.

Technical Foul: Surveillance in Fighting Fraudulent Claims Michael Heflin has held a Private Investigators License since 1994 and an Agency License since 1996. He started as a field investigator with Identifax in 1994 and now owns the local branch that oversees all of Southwest Florida from Manatee to Collier. He has overseen or participated in approximately 20,000 days of surveillance related to insurance claims and testified in over 75 trials and depositions.



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Breakfast buffet sponsored by
 GlobarHR Research