Health reform means fewer costs shift to workers' compensation

05/5/2010 | RiskAndInsurance.com

The health care reform bill will help the workers' compensation system because more people will have insurance coverage, meaning it won't be as costly to treat healthy employees who are hurt at work, experts say. The new law also will mean physicians will be measured better regarding their ability to effectively treat sick patients, they say.

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