Healthcare is complicated. Healthcare delivered as part of a workers’ compensation claim is even more complicated, for manifold reasons. But stakeholders often do not act as that's the case because they look for a simple solution to complex problems. For those with the problem (in this case, an injured worker with a medical condition) or for those trying to treat it or deciding what to pay for, looking for a simplified solution is often not the right answer.
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