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Brown Administration Had Unexpected Impact on Comp

  • State: California
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Expectations about the impact Jerry Brown would have on California’s workers’ compensati…

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Frank Neuhauser Nov 15, 2018 a 7:11 am PST

How interesting that the key state player in work comp's steady improvement over the two Brown terms isn't mentioned by anyone. Christine Baker.

John Don Nov 15, 2018 a 8:11 am PST

Judges never decided medical care for injured workers. The Judges would look at two competing medical reports and decide which doctor made more sense. Presently, IMR does not decide whether medical care is good for the patient; IMR decides if the PTP got the recipe right - whether it matches the cookbook. Even if the doctor gets the recipe right - the IMR doctor can still shoot it down noting lack of evidence of functional improvement. Taking away or relieving the pain produced by injury is just not good enough.

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