March 19, 2018

WorkCompRecap: Report Cards & Ratings!

Today’s edition of WorkCompRecap comes back strong from a long holiday weekend, featuring the Work Loss Data Institute (WLDI)’s release of its 2012 State Report Cards for Workers’ Comp, which now includes 10 years of data from ’00-’09. Based on OSHA recordable injuries, the report cards seek to track trends and give states a grade and tier ranking based on their performance.

In addition to safety and severity, the Report Cards emphasize the primary outcome measure of whether workers get better and return to work, but eschew the medical cost angle for outcomes measures such as median disability duration and delayed recovery rates.

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