Today’s issue of WorkCompRecap features the recent announcement from NCCI that they have published the 2011 update of their research report examining workers compensation medical services by size of claim. According to NCCI, medical services now constitute almost 60% of workers compensation claim costs, up from about 40% in the early 1980s. One of the interesting key facts included was that for every claim size range, prescription drugs are a substantially greater share of total medical costs paid after the sixth relative service year than they are up through the first six relative service years.
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