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Kaiser Permanente Study Finds reduced WC Costs

Thursday, April 23, 2015 | 697 | 0 | 0 min read

Kaiser Permanente released a study this week highlighting the dramatic increase in workers' comp medical costs, specifically in Southern California, and tested their On-the-Job clinics' effects on those costs.  Since 2005, the average cost of a workplace injury in California increased from $57,000 to $90,000, according to Kaiser Permanente.  Rising costs are especially prevalent in regions like Southern California, where Kaiser officials say medical costs in claims have increased by 36%, compared to other areas of the state.  In an effort to promote Kaiser’...

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