NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jan 23, 2012) - The new 2012 version of "Workers' Compensation Management Program," a revamped 183-page guidebook filled with hands-on information on how to develop a workers' compensation cost-containment program proven to cut costs 20 percent to 50 percent, has been published.

Written by Amaxx Risk Solutions, the 183-page guidebook ( is based on years of field research and implementation. It provides step-by-step guidelines that show how any employer can develop and run a successful workers' compensation cost-containment program. Dozens of cost-reduction techniques are covered along with steps for implementation.

Chapters cover assessing the current workers' comp program, cost-containment fundamentals, working with adjusters and TPAs, injury-management best practices, employee communication, claims reporting, post-injury procedures, medical care, transitional duty, medical cost- containment, fighting fraud and abuse, safety and loss control, and more.

Key example forms in the book are big time-savers. These documents include an implementation timetable, facilitator's training agenda, injury coordinator job description, sample letter to divisions with assessment results, sample CEO rollout letter, and sample program kick-off letter.

Employers, insurance agents and brokers are the target audience for this guidebook, but consultants and insurers will also find the book to be an information goldmine for developing and servicing products and claims.

Purchase the book for $249 at

For 25 years, Amaxx has helped companies in all industries reduce workers' compensation costs. Companies working with Amaxx consultants have consistently cut workers' comp costs from 20% to 50%.

Advisen manages business information and market data for the commercial insurance industry and maintains critical risk analytics and timesaving workflow tools for over 530 industry-leading firms and is the technology partner of Amaxx Risk Solutions. Advisen ( is headquartered in New York.

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