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Researchers Suggest Increased Indemnity Benefits Lead to More Time Off, Higher Medical Costs

  • State: Texas
  • Topic: Top
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Raising indemnity amounts can prolong the duration of claims and increase payments for medical servi…

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Mark Gearheart Feb 14, 2020 a 10:02 am PST

These "researchers" seem to be confusing correlation with causation in a simplistic way. Plus their data base is too short a time period, and they do not consider other factors (changes in the medical fee schedule) which probably play some role.
A useless study.

Mark Gearheart

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