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NC: Cost Per Claim of Drugs Prescribed to Injured Workers Nearly 14 Percent Higher Than Study Median

CAMBRIDGE , MA – The cost per claim of prescription drugs used to treat injured workers in North Carolina was 14 percent higher than in most study states, according to a new study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI). The 16-state study by the Cambridge, MA-based WCRI found...

TN: Payment Per Claim of Drugs Prescribed to Injured Workers in Tennessee Was Typical of States in New Study

CAMBRIDGE, MA - The average payment per claim of prescription drugs used to treat injured workers in Tennessee was fairly typical of the states examined in a new study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI). The 16-state study by the Cambridge, MA-based WCRI found that the average payment...

WI: Cost Per Claim of Drugs Prescribed to Injured Workers Was 30 Percent Lower Than Study Median

CAMBRIDGE, MA - The cost per claim of prescription drugs used to treat injured workers in Wisconsin was significantly lower than in most study states, according to a new study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI). The 16-state study by the Cambridge, MA-based WCRI found that the average...