Maine-based JHA, Inc., a disability risk management, consulting, and market research firm, announced that the 2003/2004 Edition of The JHA Disability Fact Book is now available.
Designed as a quick reference tool for disability insurers, brokers, employers, and other insurance professionals, the Fact Book is a source for facts, stats and data about the disability marketplace. The 68-page book contains close to 300 charts, graphs and facts, gathered from a wide variety of private industry and government sources.
The JHA Disability Fact Book includes a wide range of topics of interest, including: Demographic & Economic Trends, State Disability Plans, Causes of Disability, Claim Management, Taxation of Benefits, Market Potential, The Changing Work Environment, Voluntary Benefits, Social Security Disability, Workers’ Compensation, Integrated Disability Management, and Family Medical Leave. JHA’s Research Center has also added several new topics to this Edition, including Plan Design, Technology, and Absence Management.
According to Drew King, president of JHA, “Disability insurance and risk management are complex and challenging disciplines, influenced by many economic, social and demographic forces. The JHA Disability Fact Book provides a wealth of facts, statistics and data to assist disability professionals in better understanding these changing dynamics, in a format that is easily accessible.”
The JHA Disability Fact Book will be ready for shipment in mid to late December. To place an order online, visit JHA at www.jhaweb.com.
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