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Author: Leslie I. Boden,Susan M. Johnson,Joseph C. H. Smith
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Title: Medical Cost Containment in Workers' Compensation: A National Inventory, 1991-92
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Publisher: Worker Compensation (February 1, 1992)

Medical Cost Containment in Workers' Compensation: A National Inventory, 1991-92 by Leslie I. Boden,Susan M. Johnson,Joseph C. H. Smith



Medical Cost Containment in Workers' Compensation: A National Inventory, 1991-92. by Leslie I. Boden, Susan M. Johnson, Joseph C. H. Smith. ISBN 9780935149326 (978-35149-32-6) Softcover, Worker Compensation, 1992. Find signed collectible books: 'Medical Cost Containment in Workers' Compensation: A National Inventory, 1991-92'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

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In an effort to slow the growth of medical costs in workers' compensation, Michigan incorporated medical cost containment measures into its 1985 reform package. The fee schedule, specifying the maximum fee payable for each procedure, is revised annually after public hearings. The 1989 fee schedule specified no payment limitation for 3. percent of the procedures listed. Empirical evidence in a study within a single state found that fee schedules were not especially effective in controlling costs (Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, 1990).

The empirical evidence, however, is equivocal concerning whether workers' compensation induces employers to take safety precautions.

The cost of providing care that is effective to return injured workers to the workplace has risen in recent years in a manner that appears to be out of control in the workers' compensation system. National Council on Compensation Insurance. 4. Kovar MG, LaCroix AZ. Aging in the Eighties, Ability to Perform Work-Related Activities, Data from the Supplement on Aging to the National Health Interview Survey, United States, 1984. Wheaton C. Crawford results vs NCCI results in workers' compensation: A study in benchmarking. Crawford Risk Rev 1993; 9(4): 2–. oogle Scholar. 19. California Workers' Compensation Institute.

Use of medical cost-containment strategies in workers' compensation is increasingly common and varies in design and enforcement. An evolution toward managed care is observed, particularly in the private sector. Publication Analysis. workers' compensation. 8. strategies workers'.

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A National Inventory. By: Leslie I. Boden, Joan M. Definis, Charles A. Fleischman. Publication Date: 1990-11-01. Number of pages: -- ISBN-10: 0935149252. ISBN-13: 9780935149258.

BACKGROUND The workers' compensation system was designed to help injured workers who have substantial medical expenses and perhaps have lost a great deal of income. This study determines bot. More). In the 1990s, many states passed workers' compensation laws to control cost growth. Using a ences approach, we determine the impact of these laws on the frequency of reporte. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Recent labor economics studies in the United States and Canada have demonstrated that occupational injuries and illnesses often lead to substantial lost earnings for workers and their families.