Reducing medical costs can be one of the most effective ways tocontrol the high price of Workers' Compensation programs, according to Marsh. Medical servicesnow contribute to more than 60% of Workers' Comp claims, in partdue to two cost drivers: physician dispensing and compoundeddrugs. 

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Below, a summary of findings from Marsh, the California Workers'Compensation Institute and insurer WC Accident Fund Holdings. Clickimage to enlarge.

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