2022 Workers' Compensation Institute Conference

myMatrixx WCI 2022 Conference

This year’s Workers’ Compensation Institute Annual conference will be held at the Orlando World Center Marriott, August 21-24. WCI is the country’s largest work comp conference, bringing together workers’ compensation professionals from across the country.

We can't wait to see everyone in Orlando!


In-person insights from our thought leaders

myMatrixx leaders, joined by a few guest speakers, will be sharing key findings that will drive the workers' comp industry in 2022 and beyond.

Breakfast Session: Innovative Clinical Prior Authorization Solutions

Phil Walls, RPh
Chief Clinical Officer

Cliff Belliveau NWCDC 2021

Cliff Belliveau
VP of Business Intelligence


Hollie Lamboy
Senior VP of Product Development

WCI 2022

Paul King
Chief Client Officer

Where: Miami Conference Room, Hall of Cities

When: Monday, August 22 | Breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m. | Presentation starts at 7:45 a.m.

This educational session will cover key metrics that demonstrate how using a centralized, outsourced prior authorization solution can help reduce claimant friction, improve adjuster efficiency, eliminate unnecessary medications and more. Don't miss out - reserve your spot!


Future Risk: Impact of Medical Cannabis on the Workplace

Phil Walls, RPh
Chief Clinical Officer

Adam Seidner NWCDC 2021

Adam L. Seidner, MD, MPH, CIC
Chief Medical Officer
The Hartford

WCI Steven

Dr. Steven Stanos, DO
Executive Medical Director,
Rehabilitation & Performance Medicine
Providence Swedish Health System

Where: Grand Ballroom 8B, Convention Level

When: Monday, August 22 | 3:15 - 4:15 p.m.

One of the collective goals in workers’ compensation is that 10 years in the future, we are not discussing the cannabis crisis! How do we take the lessons learned from the opioid crisis and apply those to the appropriate management of cannabis once it is legalized at the federal level? The introduction of cannabis into mainstream medical practice is unprecedented in modern times. Physicians in most states now may recommend the use of cannabis for a wide range of symptoms for everything from anorexia to “any other illness for which marijuana provides relief.” In this session, a risk manager, a medical director and a clinical pharmacist will discuss a claims strategy for when cannabis is involved.

Portions of this strategy include:

  1. Put on the brakes! Cannabis is not a cure all, and is not the “safe” drug. Cannabis is addictive, patients may experience non-fatal overdoses, and it may drive emergency services.
  2. Pay attention to the guidelines! As long as they are silent, look to evidence-based medicine.
  3. Look at first line treatments first, especially with regard to weaning off opioids. History reveals tragic lessons when medicine attempts to use one drug of abuse to treat addiction to another drug of abuse.
  4. Pay attention to the federal regulation! Cannabis is still an illegal drug.


SPOTLIGHT: myMatrixx Products and Clinical Programs

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