MISSISSAUGA, ON – MyAbilities, a global innovator in smart health technology and workplace safety, will attend the 36th Annual Issues and Research Conference, taking place March 5 and 6, 2020, in Boston, Massachusetts. Chief medical officer Jacob Lazarovic M.D. and Derrick Amato, national director of sales, will attend the two-day conference that is organized by the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI).
“ WCRI is a wonderful think tank that shares our goal of improving workers compensation systems and educating the various players in our industry,” says Dr. Lazarovic. “The annual conference is a great opportunity to engage in dialogue on industry trends, but also to share with attendees ways to use technology to unleash the potential of every company and employee and make the world perform at a higher and safer level.”
Exactly one month ago, MyAbilities launched JobXweb.com, a free search engine with a database of more than 50,000 job titles, each with unique industry Digital Job Profiles including comprehensive analysis of the psychosocial, cognitive and physical demands.
“With the arrival of big data, artificial intelligence and other forms of technology and automation, our field is experiencing an important transformation,” says Amato. “Attending conferences such as WCRI is key to our mission of helping people and companies realize enduring prosperity and helps to ensure that MyAbilities contributes to leading the industry through this change.”
The two-day conference will include keynotes, topic discussions, panelists and networking opportunities. It features more than 100 organizations with attendance from different players in the industry – ranging from risk managers and lawyers to government affair representatives and public officials.
About MyAbilities Technologies Inc.
MyAbilities is an employee health management technology company that delivers transformative employment-related injury prevention and return-to-work solutions through a robust, proprietary, cloud-based data analytics SaaS platform, powered by artificial intelligence.
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