For more than a decade, Carlos Luna has been a trusted adviser to shareholders and stakeholders in claims, utilization review, managed care, insurance, and government agencies. His consultation focuses on effectively incorporating Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) content and tools into the Workers’ Compensation clinical and claims workflows to achieve improved healthcare, return-to-work, and financial outcomes.
A recognized thought-leader on national workers’ compensation issues, Carlos’ blogs have been published by industry-leading publications such as WorkCompCentral, WorkCompWire, Insurance Business Magazine, Louisiana Comp Blog, and more. He was named a “New Leader in Workers’ Compensation” by WorkCompWire in 2017 and was featured as LegalNetInc.com’s “Thursday Thought Leader” in 2018.
A regular speaker on regional and national workers’ compensation conference circuits, he has become a guiding voice within key regulatory focused associations such as the International Association for Industrial Accident Boards (IAIABC) and the Southern Association of Workers’ Compensation Administrators (SAWCA).
Engaging Regulatory and State Workers’ Compensation representatives has been commonplace throughout Carlos’ career. He has played an integral role in assisting regulatory agencies throughout the country to disseminate training and compliance programs to maximize user adoption of EBM content and tools and reduce overall friction on the system in each jurisdiction.
Carlos is passionate about establishing a balanced workers’ compensation system that benefits all of its stakeholders.
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