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3 Tips for Controlling Workers’ Comp Medical Costs

The National Council on Compensation Insurance Inc. (NCCI) reports that medical services now represent 60 percent of Workers’ Comp claim costs. In the past, indemnity costs made up the biggest part of the Workers’ Comp claim.

From provider networks to prescription plans to medical audits, there are a number of measures available to help companies contain medical costs.

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