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Bureau of Workers Compensation Update
This session will give an update from the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation including the impacts of telehealth on workers’ compensation. During the COVID-19 pandemic rules regarding telehealth visits have been temporarily suspended. The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has an established Telehealth Working Group to further evaluate the impacts this new technology could have on improving injured employee’s access to care and speed of medical care for certain work-related injuries.

Abbie Hudgins is the Administrator of the State of Tennessee’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. The Bureau includes the state of Worekrs’ Compensation Claims, Appeals Board, Mediation Program, Ombudsman Program, Uninsured Employer’s Fund, the Drug Free Workplace Program, and several other worker injury related programs.

Prior to leading the Bureau, Abbie served as risk manager for the Nashville and Davidson County Metropolitan Government and a risk and benefits manager for the City of Knoxville.

Sep 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Abbie Hudgins
Administrator @State of Tennessee, Bureau of Workers' Compensation
Abbie Hudgins is the Administrator of the State of Tennessee’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. The Bureau includes the state of Worekrs’ Compensation Claims, Appeals Board, Mediation Program, Ombudsman Program, Uninsured Employer’s Fund, the Drug Free Workplace Program, and several other worker injury related programs. Prior to leading the Bureau, Abbie served as risk manager for the Nashville and Davidson County Metropolitan Government and a risk and benefits manager for the City of Knoxville.