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Analyzing physicians’ practice patterns may hold valuable clues about how to curb the nation’s rising health care costs, according to a study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. According to their study, published in the January edition of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine , the practice patterns of physicians participating in a workers’ compensation system had a profound impact on the ultimate cost of claims. After analyzing five years of claim data from the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corp., or LWCC, from 1998 to 2002, the researchers found that a small group of physicians, only 3.7 ...
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because of the legal questions raised about workers’ compensation versus a civil settlement. Herold’s cause of death was reportedly a ruptured aortic aneurysm. Any effect on the $50 million civil suit filed by Nash’s attorney was unknown at post time, but we will continue to follow the case. ——————————————————————————————————————————————— market research, surveys and trends
The Controversy over For-Profit Colleges—Posner - The Becker ...
Conservative economists believe that the basic regulatory mechanism of a capitalist economy should be antitrust law, designed to preserve competition; because as long as a market is competitive, the self-interest of producers and consumers should operate to maximize the value of the market’s output. Of course if the activity of the market participants produces external costs or benefits—costs or benefits to nonparticipants, as in the case of pollution, competition will not optimize output. Output will be too large from an overall social standpoint if the externality is a cost, as in the pollution example, and too small if the ... market research, surveys and trends


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for our clients through the relentless advocacy of their rights.  We represent clients in a variety of cases, including Business Litigation , Employment Law , Boundary Disputes , and Real Estate Law . The cases that we have undertaken have ranged in complexity from basic employment law disputes involving the failure to pay minimum wage and overtime, business litigation cases involving convoluted issues of fraud and contract breach, and highly technical litigation involving antitrust claims.  However, unlike many of those in the legal profession that offer to represent clients in such disputes, our attorneys have ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
HMO strategies for managing workers' compensation claims. | Health ...
Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) have become very active in managing workers' compensation medical expense benefits. A survey of 316 HMOs shows that this activity takes the form of various network models and a range of services - such as utilization review and case management - that may not be linked to a provider network. Of the HMOs surveyed, 78 reported that, by using managed care services and provider discounts, they were able to save from 20 percent to 30 percent on occupational health claim costs. Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) are becoming increasingly active in the workers' compensation ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
GM hands over the wheel to China
In China, automotive industry workers are striking for higher pay. In the U.S., auto-industry workers are agreeing to pay cuts -- and then their employers are being sold to Chinese companies. That's the story behind the headline: "GM to sell steering unit to Chinese group." On Wednesday, G.M. announced the sale of Nexteer Automotive to Pacific Century Motors, a joint venture between Beijing's municipal government and a Beijing-based auto-parts manufacturer with an engineering center in Detroit and customers across the globe. Nexteer, the second largest employeer in Saginaw, Mich., makes power steering systems market trends, news research and surveys resources
Are low taxes exacerbating the recession?
As the planet's economy keeps stumbling, the phrase "worst recession since the Great Depression" has become the new "global war on terror" — a term whose overuse has rendered it both meaningless and acronym-worthy. And just like that previously ubiquitous phrase, references to the WRSTGD are almost always followed by flimsy and contradictory explanations. Republicans who ran up massive deficits say the recession comes from overspending. Democrats who gutted the job market with free-trade policies nonetheless insist it's all George W. Bush's fault. Meanwhile, pundits who cheered both sides ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Uninsured Employers Fund Task Force Report - NJ Department of ...
Listing of cases be consistent throughout the State, i.e. MTNUF,UNHG, etc. ... Make efforts to enforce the requirement for workers' compensation ... Prepare an informational advertising campaign to educate the general public on the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Two plead in Multimillion-Dollar Workers' Compensation Case
� Two principal owners of a medical management company accused of illegally acquiring patients and submitting medical bills totaling more than $60 million in workers� compensation cases pleaded no contest today. David Wayne Fish, 47 (dob 8/18/62), and Birger Greg Bacino, 50 (dob 4/01/59), were each charged with one felony count of compensation or inducement for referring clients. Premier Medical Management Systems also was charged in the complaint with one count each of submitting a false and fraudulent workers� compensation claim and filing a false tax return. The complaint, case No. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Best Practices for Safety
Your small business is growing steadily. You've won two new contracts and have no where to go but up. Then one of your key employees slips and injures her back on the job. She won't be able to work for at least six months. How will your business manage without her? If you're like most small business owners, workplace safety isn't a high priority - not until there's an accident. And then it can be too late. Workers compensation now accounts for 50 percent of medical care costs. You can help prevent accidents and control workers compensation costs by ...