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Amramp to exhibit at National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference in Las Vegas


With more than 35 breakout sessions and an inspiring opening keynote speaker, National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference provides real-world lessons and practical takeaways as well as opportunities for workers’ compensation and disability management professionals to exchange ideas, share best practices, and learn new ways of doing business.

Amramp is eager to gather with other professionals dedicated to helping injured workers heal faster and get home sooner at the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference December 5-7, 2018, at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.


National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference  

Breakout sessions allow attendees to further enrich themselves in more specific topics that are created and guided by senior executives from leading organizations. Attendees are given the opportunity to choose the track that best suits them. These tracks include:

Specific breakout sessions with possible topics of interest:

The opening keynote will be directed by seven-time Olympic medalist Shannon Miller as she presents, “Build a Gold-Medal Workers’ Comp Program With a Gold-Medal Mindset.” She intends to develop winning mindsets for getting the most from this year’s conference and, once back home, for implementing ideas and strategies gathered during the event.


Join Amramp on-site at the nation’s largest workers’ comp and disability management expo at booth 7733 to learn about Amramp’s accessibility products and solutions that help injured workers get back to living sooner after a work-related accident. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from prominent senior executives during breakout sessions, an inspiring keynote speaker, and engaging conversations with other professionals.


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