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NCCI Addresses Workers’ Compensation Prescription Drugs Costs

Increased Utilization of Predominantly Expensive Drugs Fuel Cost Rise An August 2011 research brief by the National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc. (NCCI) analyzed the trend of prescription drugs constituting a disproportionately high percentage of workers' compensation expenses. The...

Size Matters: NCCI Attributes Medical Costs Trends to Claim Categories

Many studies have analyzed why the medical componen t of workers' compensation costs have risen rapidly the past several years despite the recession. Explanations for the higher costs have ranged from increased workers' compensation prescription drug costs to the decline in the Dow Jones Industrial...

Late-Term Compensation Care for Injured Workers

NCCI research analyzes decline in late-term medical costs as claimants age By Roger Rabb, Special Correspondent for the LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter When comparing the costs associated with providing medical treatment for injuries, even job-related injuries, the “common...