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Authors: Xuguang (Grant) Tao, MD, MS, PhD; Nimisha Kalia, MD, MPH, MBA; Edward J. Bernacki, MD, MPH

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Workers' Compensation Claims Management: An Evidence-Based Approach to Measuring, Predicting, and Controlling Costs

Author(s): Xuguang (Grant) Tao, MD, MS, PhD; Nimisha Kalia, MD, MPH, MBA; Edward J. Bernacki, MD, MPH
Keyword(s): workers' compensation claims management
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Based on more than 15 years of research on workers’ compensation claims costs, Workers’ Compensation Claims Management provides the methodology necessary to correctly measure, compare, and predict claims costs for dynamic cohorts. The authors introduce the intervention methods needed to control costs, including cost-effective pain management, cost-effective injury treatment, and the cost-effectiveness of on-site clinics, as well as the use of scientific research in support of controlling costs.

Use this book:

• When you want to know the performance of your workers’ compensation system compared to other systems;

• When you want to know the performance of your workers’ compensation system compared to previous years in the same system;

• When you want to know how much future open claims in your inventory would cost.

No other book describes how to predict workers’ compensation claims costs. This is the first book to take a statistical approach to control workers’ compensation costs. Data examples are included for readers to practice the methods explained in the book.

Digital ISBN: 978-1-883595-81-4

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