Funding will expand the On-Site Business Consultation Program with a particular focus on the industries with the highest injury rate.
Hakuri Kakamura says that Lloyd's buried him in duplicative and unnecessary paperwork, which led to delays in processing his claims.
NCCI offers commentary on the potential economic impacts of Brexit and its possible implications for workers’ compensation here.
Generic drug price hikes have come under scrutiny lately, as reports continue to surface of significant, seemingly inexplicable increases.
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Texas is making some big boasts about the success of its workers’ compensation pharmacy closed formulary.
The Lone Star State was the first multi-payer state with a formulary that...
New Mexico has an interesting distinction in their workers' compensation statute. There is no coverage for farmworkers. The appellate court in New Mexico deemed this unconstitutional about a year ago. The New Mexico Supreme Court was asked to review the matter.
The US spent $322 billion on outpatient drugs in 2015 – an 8.1% increase over the year before. Over the next decade, CMS expects drug spending increases to outpace overall health care inflation by a significant margin at an average annual jump of 6.7%. Things look remarkably different in the work comp world.