Columbus, OH (WorkersCompensation.com) – Part of a 12-point “recovery plan” for Ohio’s opioid crisis would enlist the aid of the state’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, OH Attorney General Mike DeWine said.
The plan, announced at the end of October, would begin two pilot programs within the bureau to incentivize employers who work with employees in recovery from opioid addiction.
According to Dan Tierney, spokesman in Atty. Gen. DeWine’s ...
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