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NFIB/Texas Welcomes New Workers' Compensation Program Manager

Date: June 18, 2014

Rob Fields joined the NFIB/Texas team last month as the program manager of our Workers' Compensation program.

Rob comes to NFIB from Xerox Healthcare LLC, where he was a Program Manager with their Texas Medicaid & Healthcare Partnership. At Xerox, he managed Medicaid programs within the Texas Department of State Health Services, Children with Special Health Care Needs Services, Family Planning, Primary Health Care and Expanded Primary Health Care programs.

Prior to joining Xerox, Rob worked within the Office of Risk Management for the University of Texas System, where he managed the workers’ compensation risk management program for the UT System. He coordinated safety, claims management and strategic risk initiatives across nine universities and six health institutions.  Among my responsibilities, he served as a Committee Chair on a safety and health advisory group and also presented at conferences on behalf of the UT System’s Office of Risk Management.

My role will help drive growth, profitability, operational effectiveness and compliance of NFIB’s workers’ compensation program in Texas. He will serve as a key relationship manager for both internal and external stakeholders engaged in this program. Rob will maintain oversight of three loss prevention and safety committees, as well as develop and execute on an annual communication strategy to create awareness of the program with insurance agents and NFIB members.

If you have questions about our Workers' Compensation program, contact Rob Fields at the NFIB/Texas office (512-476-9847) or email rob.fields@nfib.org.

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