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“I am looking forward to sharing WCRI's research about experiences injured workers have in the workers' compensation systems in their states,” said Ruser. “By examining some of the predictors of injured worker outcomes, employers, policymakers, and other stakeholders can better understand what factors are associated with better and worse outcomes.”
WCRI will be sharing research derived from interviews conducted with injured workers regarding a number of key outcomes, including recovery of health and functioning, return to work, recovery of earnings, and access to as well as satisfaction with health care.
“Employers and claim professionals can use research-driven insight to help develop programs focused on improving claim development while also creating a better understanding of employees' experiences navigating the workers' compensation system,” said East. “The session will also provide insight into some of the factors which may influence an injured workers' access to medical care and also identify some of the reasons why those workers who have otherwise recovered from their injuries and could return to work, do not.”
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