Montana Considers Nixing Employer-Directed Medical Care
Sarastoa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Montana may join the list of states that give injured workers the right to select their own treating physicians. Proposed legislation set for a hearing this week would eliminate the statute that allows insurance carriers to direct medical care.
Whether the change would affect overall costs or outcomes has been a matter of extensive debate over the years. Research on the issue offers no clear answers. But it does show there are many nuances, suggesting ...
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