Risk managers should ensure that the data they use to make decisions and mitigate risk integrates incident and claims management information. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In a modern world of endless data and seemingly unlimited risks, the job of a risk manager is often an unenviable one.

Today’s risk managers have long understood the power that data can possess, but few managers actually have the tools or insight needed to truly reach their end goal of reducing workers’ compensation risk. This means many risk managers are not properly filtering and using the critical data at their disposal that could very well save their companies millions in claims costs.

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