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In California, the option to seek care in Mexico is producing better outcomes and reduced cost of claims in workers’ comp.
OSHA is urging employers to abolish procedures that force workers to text while driving in order to carry out their duties.
To reduce ergonomic exposures, employers must be willing to factor in key numbers.
Proper claim screening can reduce misclassification and unnecessary costs.
The success of Texas’ closed formulary for workers’ comp is piquing the interest of other states seeking savings.
Study findings could help employers target wellness efforts.
An outcomes-based litigation strategy calls for benchmarking workers’ compensation attorney performance.
A new rule for Connecticut’s workers’ comp patients could lead to poorer outcomes.
Skip Smith, of Hooters of America, can point to numerous mentors who aided him.
Analytics help identify actionable claims issues, but some tools are just “smoke and mirrors.”
Reforms have caused payments to ambulatory surgery centers to plunge — even further than expected.
A new toolkit aims to help employers reduce the liabilities and costs associated with workplace bullying.
The property-casualty industry is likely to become the target of significant cost-shifting by health care providers.
Newly-formed national association ARAWC works to create viable options to the traditional workers’ comp system.
The opportunities for potential workers’ comp fraud extends far beyond unscrupulous claimants.
The growing trend of compound drug prescribing raises safety concerns and obscures costs.
The stress of filing workers’ comp claims may be compromising workers’ ability to recover from injuries.
New WCRI report helps track the effectiveness of workers’ comp policy changes.
L. Casey Chosewood highlights how to tear down departmental silos.
NWCDC leaders discuss what 2014 attendees can look forward to.
In the event of a provider shortage, payers may be compelled to shell out extra fees to get injured workers the treatment they need.