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Employee injuries and medical conditions can have a serious impact on any employer, whether they developed as a result of something that happened in the workplace or outside of it. However, do you know which components of your employee’s injury are directly related to his or her on-the-job accident?

On August 22, as the Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference had just begun, attendees were immersed in science for the breakout entitled “Using Health Science to Resolve Workers’ Compensation Claims: Why Evidence-Based Medicine is Important.” Discussion revolved around the ways in which science can help ensure that an employee is not overpaid for a work-related injury through the teaching of which elements of a patient’s condition may be unrelated to his or her on-the-job accident. Attendees heard from physicians, defense attorneys, and more while learning how to be objective.

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