Online Conference Registration
November 1-3, 2021
Merchant Services
About the Event
In Person and Virtual On-Demand Attendance Options New this year. Due to the ongoing impacts of the pandemic, we understand that everyone is not yet able or comfortable in traveling or assembling in groups. Whether you prefer attending the conference in- person or virtually, we have an option for you! In-Person Event—We are hosting an in-person event for those who prefer the learning and networking opportunities that occur when we come together. As an added bonus, in-person registrants will also have access to the online Content Library described below. This will allow these attendees to re-watch any session and to watch any of the competing breakout sessions missed while attending the in-person event. Virtual On-Demand Event—We are recording each of the sessions during the in-person event and will be placing them in an online content library that will be available for access from November 15 - December 3, 2021. Who Should Attend? New to the industry? Seasoned pro? Either way, this conference is for you. Anyone who has a professional interest in Tennessee workers’ compensation will benefit from attending. Employers, insurance adjusters, self-insurers, third party administrators, safety and human resource managers, plaintiff and defense attorneys, health care providers, mediators, Nurse Case Managers, and medical and vocational rehabilitation providers all are encouraged to attend so that they can obtain valuable information about the Tennessee’s workers’ compensation system. Networking opportunities will be plentiful, exhibitors will showcase their latest industry products and services and valuable seminars led by noted industry leaders from across the country will provide insight. Continuing Education Credits Learning never felt so rewarding. Participants may be eligible for approximately 12 hours of continuing education credits. Applications are pending for CRC, CDMS, CCM, CLE, SHRM, mediator, and insurance provider continuing education credits. A certificate of attendance will be provided for other professional disciplines. Recognizing Excellence We will announce the winner of the 2021 Sue Ann Head Award. The Bureau will award the Sue Ann Head Award for Innovation and Excellence in Tennessee Workers’ Compensation as part of this conference. This award honors the legacy of Administrator Sue Ann Head, who retired in 2012 after more than 40 years of service to the agency. Ms. Head passed away in May 2018. Opportunity to Give Back Help us raise money for a scholarship. We’re raising scholarships funds for Kids’ Chance of Tennessee. This non-profit organization is dedicated to financially helping young people pursue higher education at a university, college, or vocational school. These scholarships help students in our state who have had a parent catastrophically injured or killed in a workrelated accident.