As an advocate for those who have been injured, IWP partners with a number of organizations that support the rights and recovery of injured workers:
Kids’ Chance of America is a § 501(c)(3) organization with the mission of creating, assisting and supporting Kids’ Chance and other similar organizations that provide educational opportunities and scholarships for the children of workers seriously injured or killed on the job. Its supporters are a unique coalition of groups within the Workers’ Compensation system including labor, plaintiff and defense attorneys, judiciary, insurance industry, medical providers, vendors and other supportive businesses.
IWP, much like Kids’ Chance of America, is an advocate for the injured worker providing access to the medications they need to return to health and productivity. It is only fitting for IWP to join the cause with Kids’ Chance of America to help support the children of injured workers.
Alliance of Women in Workers' Compensation is a think tank of engaged female thought leaders committed to discussing challenges and emerging trends in the workers' compensation industry. Their goal is to provide an environment that allows for open dialogue on industry-specific topics resulting in idea sharing, insight gathering and networking.
To better equip injured workers through their injury and recovery, IWP has created the Patient Pain Resource for Injured Workers, which provides insight into how pain works, how to manage pain and treatment options.
As a specialized workers' compensation pharmacy with a comprehensive approach to caring for injured workers, IWP has released its newest report, Work Comp Pharmacy: A Front Line Perspective. This report takes an indepth look into the trends, challenges and opportunities within workers' compensation.