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6 Ways a Single-Payer Model Could Impact Workers’ Compensation

While a single-payer health care model is up for debate in the U.S., the possible impact on workers’ compensation could be significant.
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A single-payer health care system — one in which a country’s health care costs are financed through taxes — has been embraced by countries like Canada, the UK, Australia and more. But in the U.S., the idea is still up for debate.

While there is no definitive solution yet, it’s an important topic to keep in mind. Workers’ compensation specifically could see a major industry-wide impact from a single-payer system, and starting that conversation now will help keep all the relevant stakeholders ahead of the curve.

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