Without question, the practice of workers' compensation has made it, intact, to the other end of the pandemic in one piece. Certainly, COVID-19 forced a significant paradigm shift in the way cases are handled. The question now becomes, what worked and what is worth preserving? (Credit: Bigstock) Without question, the practice of workers' compensation has made it, intact, to the other end of the pandemic in one piece. Certainly, COVID-19 forced a significant paradigm shift in the way cases are handled. The question now becomes, what worked and what is worth preserving? (Credit: Bigstock)

Now that the two weeks to slow the spread seems to have come to an end, it is time to cast aside some of the habits acquired during the "new normal" and retain some as we slowly consider a possible return to the "old normal."

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