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California’s Workers’ Compensation Program: The Medical Payment System Does Not Adequately Control the Costs to Employers to Treat Injured Workers
California’s Workers’ Compensation Program: The Medical Payment System Does Not Adequately Control the Costs to Employers to Treat Injured Workers
 
Our Price: $35.00
Year: 2003
Pages: 154
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756737753

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Elaine M. Howle (ed). Concerns the rising cost of medical services in Calif.’s workers’ compensation system. Rising costs of medical services & products are contributing to the increasing costs of the workers’ compensation system -- costs that Calif.’s employers are required to pay. Chapters: Calif.’s Workers’ Compensation Medical Payment System Does Not Adequately Control the Costs of Treating Injured Workers; Proposed Changes to the Medical Payment System May Control Fees for Medical Services & Products but Do Not Ensure Lower Overall Medical Costs; More Work Is Needed to Ensure That Injured Workers Have Access to Quality Care; CA Needs to Improve the Controls Over Workers’ Compensation Medical Costs; & Recommendations.

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