Applications Due April 30, 2021
Up to $50,000 in Grants to be Awarded
The Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Fund (HWCF) managed by Inspirien is preparing to launch its fourth year with the annual Grant Program. This program is designed to help decrease the number and severity of workers’ compensation claims while also improving employee and patient safety. HWCF has awarded over $121K in total grant dollars for several safety initiatives including; Emergency Communication Method, Mobile patient Lift System and Colored Alert Wax.
The Inspired Ideas generated will be shared with all facilities to encourage and support HWCF members in the development of innovative safety-sensitive solutions.
Click to view the recording of the information webinar. Lisa Rawlings, Risk Management and Loss Control Consultant, goes over the application packet and provides proposal examples.
Download the 2021
Grant Application Package
Recipients will be announced in a Live Event
May 25, 2021
Application Due April 30, 2021.
For more information, contact Lisa Rawlings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to our 2020 Grant Recipients
“For many years, I have had the pleasure of working with HWCF, representing their fund members in matters of workers’ compensation. I have also had the opportunity to similarly work for several other providers of workers’ compensation coverage. I have found HWCF to be a unique company, genuinely concerned for the well being of their fund members while striving to balance a positive outcome with what is fair and just under the system. The dedication and hard work of the experienced individuals handling claims for HWCF show through in their efforts on behalf of the many entities they cover. As a defense attorney, it is a pleasure having HWCF as a partner in the process of defending workers’ compensation claims, with such a partnership leading to the best possible result for the fund members.”
Michael J. Cohan, Attorney At Law
Webster, Henry, Lyons, White, Bradwell & Black, P.C.
“It has been my privilege to work with the many professionals of the Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Fund for the past eighteen years. During these years, I have come to recognize, appreciate and respect the distinct, constant and unsurpassed level of caring and professionalism demonstrated by HWCF. The caring and professionalism is not only extended to their members but to the claimants and vendors as well. Often times in speeches and during “in-house” training sessions of similar types of companies, I encourage them to model their operations after the fine example set by HWCF.”
Special Investigations Unlimited, Inc.