Paul Binsfeld is the CEO of Company Nurse, a firm specializing in injury management for workers’ compensation. He has more than 20 years of experience in the workers’ compensation industry.
By consulting with many different employers, Binsfeld saw that injuries were often reported late and that employees did not receive appropriate medical care. He identified the common need for early intervention in the injury reporting, injury triage and injury management processes.
Binsfeld has written articles for many insurance and workers’ compensation publications, such as the Journal of Workers’ Compensation, Public Risk, Risk & Insurance, National Underwriter and Employee Benefit News. In addition, his company was recognized as an Arizona “Company to Watch,” based on its growth and entrepreneurial leadership.
On average, 4% of the workforce experiences a non-fatal work injury each year. Considering the current number of employed workers in the U.S. is 144 million, the workers’ compensation industry is a huge sector that often flies under the radar – at least until recent years. With the establishment of the Affordable Care Act, combined with […]
Workers’ compensation has become increasingly vulnerable to claimant fraud. In today’s stagnant economy, employers, insurance companies, and claim organizations face significant financial pressures, and the last thing they want is to lose additional funds to those aimed at cheating the system — either through outright fraud or opportunistic maligning. Claimant fraud places additional strain on […]