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1947 22
1948 10
1949 9
1950 67
1951 59
1952 77
1953 89
1954 83
1955 103
1956 87
1957 66
1958 65
1959 43
1960 36
1961 41
1962 46
1963 66
1964 112
1965 89
1966 87
1967 55
1968 28
1969 38
1970 27
1971 27
1972 19
1973 27
1974 26
1975 30
1976 28
1977 33
1978 45
1979 37
1980 41
1981 40
1982 45
1983 54
1984 47
1985 43
1986 71
1987 59
1988 67
1989 87
1990 95
1991 76
1992 93
1993 103
1994 109
1995 98
1996 90
1997 80
1998 102
1999 95
2000 73
2001 72
2002 86
2003 87
2004 87
2005 79
2006 78
2007 94
2008 92
2009 77
2010 81
2011 83
2012 122
2013 104
2014 96
2015 91
2016 75
2017 81
2018 69
2019 24
2020 0
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The Role of the Orthopaedic Surgeon in Workers' Compensation Cases.
Daniels AH, et al. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2017 - Review. PMID 28199293
Workers' compensation is an employer-funded insurance program that provides financial and medical benefits for employees injured at work. Because many occupational injuries are musculoskeletal in nature, the orthopaedic surgeon plays an important role in the workers' compensation system. ...
Workers' compensation is an employer-funded insurance program that provides financial and medical benefits for employees injur
The Effects of Provider Choice Policies on Workers' Compensation Costs.
Neumark D and Savych B. Health Serv Res 2018. PMID 30206935 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: To examine the effects of provider choice policies on workers' compensation medical and indemnity costs. DATA SOURCES/STUDY SETTING: Pooled cross-sectional analysis of administrative claims records for workers with work-related injuries primarily in 2007-2010 across 25 states (n = 4,489,729). ...CONCLUSIONS: Our nuanced evidence suggests that policymakers seeking to reduce workers' compensation costs may need to focus on the highest cost cases in states where policy gives workers more control over the choice of provider, rather than the simpler and broader issue of whether policy gives workers or employers more control....
OBJECTIVE: To examine the effects of provider choice policies on workers' compensation medical and indemnity costs. DATA SOURC …
Workers' compensation filings of temporary workers compared to direct hire workers in Illinois, 2007-2012.
Madigan D, et al. Am J Ind Med 2017. PMID 27862136
METHODS: This analysis examines Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission filings from 2007 through 2012 to compare total cost of the decision, days of work missed, and percent disability of employees of temporary agencies with direct hire claims. ...CONCLUSIONS: There are differences between temporary workers and direct hire employees in terms of total workers' compensation awards, total time off, and percent disability. ...
METHODS: This analysis examines Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission filings from 2007 through 2012 to compare total cost …
A primer for workers' compensation.
Bible JE, et al. Spine J 2014 - Review. PMID 24462532
PURPOSE: To help physicians unfamiliar with the workers' compensation process accomplish these goals. STUDY DESIGN: Review. METHODS: Educational review. ...Physicians should remain familiar with the workers' compensation process, along with how to properly use the AMA Guides....
PURPOSE: To help physicians unfamiliar with the workers' compensation process accomplish these goals. STUDY DESIGN: Review. ME …
Preserving workers' dignity in workers' compensation systems: an international perspective.
Lippel K. Am J Ind Med 2012 - Review. PMID 22354856
This article examines issues to be considered to ensure fair compensation provided in a way that respects the dignity of workers. ...It then describes a composite of characteristics favorable to equity drawn from the thirteen workers' compensation systems in Canada. ...
This article examines issues to be considered to ensure fair compensation provided in a way that respects the dignity of workers
[Workers' Compensation Claims for Needlestick Injuries Among Healthcare Personnel in Hospitals, Doctors' Surgeries and Nursing Institutions].
Dulon M, et al. Gesundheitswesen 2018. PMID 28753705 German. Free article.
METHODS: This study analyses workers' compensation claims for NSI, as received by the Institution for Statutory Accident Insurance and Prevention in the Health and Welfare Services (Berufsgenossenschaft für Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege, BGW) (n=1602). ...
METHODS: This study analyses workers' compensation claims for NSI, as received by the Institution for Statutory Accident Insur …
Interactions between injured workers and insurers in workers' compensation systems: a systematic review of qualitative research literature.
Kilgour E, et al. J Occup Rehabil 2015 - Review. PMID 24832892
INTRODUCTION: Work-related injury is a major public health problem and a worker's recovery can be shaped by their interactions with employers, healthcare providers and the workers' compensation system. ...This systematic review aimed to identify and synthesize findings from peer reviewed qualitative studies that investigated injured workers interactions with insurers in workers' compensation systems. ...
INTRODUCTION: Work-related injury is a major public health problem and a worker's recovery can be shaped by their interactions with employer …
Workers' compensation costs: still a challenge.
Green-McKenzie J. Clin Occup Environ Med 2004 - Review. PMID 15182757
The workers' compensation system in the United States, comprised of independent state based and national programs for federal workers, covers approximately 127 million workers and has evolved and grown since its inception in 1911. ...It is likely that managing workers' compensation costs will continue to be a challenge in the foreseeable future. The cost of workers' compensation care affects all stakeholders including workers, employers,providers, state workers' compensation regulators, legislatures,and insurers. ...
The workers' compensation system in the United States, comprised of independent state based and national programs for federal …
Lumbar Fusion in Utah Workers' Compensation Patients: Changing Outcomes Across a Decade.
Cuneo JG, et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 2017. PMID 27779603
Postsurgical outcomes for this sample were compared with established norms for back pain patients and a previous cohort of compensated lumbar fusion patients obtained from Workers' Compensation Fund of Utah. ...Medical and compensation costs for compensated lumbar fusion patients in Utah also significantly increased since the mid-1990s. ...
Postsurgical outcomes for this sample were compared with established norms for back pain patients and a previous cohort of compensated lumba …
Workers' compensation loss prevention representative contact and risk of lost-time injury in construction policyholders.
Schofield KE, et al. J Safety Res 2017. PMID 28882256 Free article.
METHODS: Workers' compensation data were utilized to track LP rep contact with policyholders and incidence of lost-time injury over time. ...PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS: Reduction in lost-time injuries, resulting in reduced workers' compensation costs for policyholders and insurance companies, builds a business-case for safety and injury prevention. ...
METHODS: Workers' compensation data were utilized to track LP rep contact with policyholders and incidence of lost-time injury …
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