Why is measuring worker outcome so challenging for workers' compensation systems?
Those who make laws and policy do so to achieve certain outcomes. Unfortunately, meaningful measurement of outcomes in workers’ compensation is sadly lacking.
Workers’ compensation outcomes seem straightforward enough. Safe workplaces. Fair compensation for work injuries. Effective treatment and rehabilitation. Safe, timely and durable return to work. There are others, but even these basic worker outcomes (or ...
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