The Impact of Health Care Reform on Workers’ Compensation Medical Care
Health care reform can potentially affect the volume and cost of medical care received through workers’ compensation (WC), but so far there has been little empirical evidence of this effect. This study used Massachusetts’s health care reform experience to empirically estimate how reform impacts WC hospital care.
Subjects: Health Sciences, Business
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