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Attention Work Comp Campus users

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Campus Answer (half)-Hours for group administrators

Attend the session related to your specific group type.

Past sessions

  • Thursday, Nov. 19 – Presentation | Video recording

  • Rehabilitation provider group administrators – Monday, Nov. 23, 3 to 3:30 p.m. – Presentation | Video recording

Campus Answer Hour sessions for all stakeholders

Past sessions


About DLI's new workers' compensation claims portal

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Work Comp Campus, the Department of Labor and Industry's (DLI's) new workers' compensation claims portal, rolled Nov. 2. 2020. The move from a paper-based, form-driven system to an online and data-driven system allows Campus to be accessible and available on computers, tablets and smartphones, meeting the expectations of today's Minnesotans, who want quick, easy access to their workers' compensation claim information.

Work Comp Campus improves support to injured workers and provides greater insight into claims and disputes for all parties. It allows quicker access to claim information among its users to ensure work injuries are reported, treated and compensated in a streamlined manner.

Before even beginning to build Campus, DLI extensively surveyed internal and external groups of its then-current workers' compensation system users about what they need and how they want to access what they need. As each part of the system was built, it went through rigorous and varied testing, was cleaned up, corrected, sometimes expanded and was then tested again.

To build this state-of-the-art workers' compensation system, DLI partnered with Minnesota IT Services (MNIT), the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals, the Office of Administrative Hearings, Thomson Reuters and the national IT consulting firm CapTech.

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