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The Impact of Fee Schedule Updates on Physician Paymentshttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights-Impact-Fee-Schedule-Physician.aspxThe Impact of Fee Schedule Updates on Physician PaymentsDavid Colon and Paul HendrickDecember 11, 2018NCCI examines the relationship between fee schedule updates and payments for physician services in WC. Article
Medical Services and How They Contribute to the Cost of WC Claimshttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights-MedicalServicesWCClaims.aspxMedical Services and How They Contribute to the Cost of WC ClaimsMatt SchutzOctober 29, 2018In this paper, NCCI examines how the mix of medical services varies substantially by claim size and maturity, and that payout rates vary by claim size and service group.Article
Changes in Monday Claimshttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights-MondayClaims.aspxChanges in Monday ClaimsChun Shyong, Barry Lipton, and John RobertsonSeptember 18, 2018NCCI evaluates the change in the share of Monday claims before and after the implementation of ACA.Article
Mega Claims in Workers Compensationhttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights_Mega_Claims.aspxMega Claims in Workers CompensationTony DiDonatoAugust 29, 2018In a new Research Brief, NCCI researchers examine this category of workers compensation claims through Financial, Unit Statistical, and Medical Call data to further explore the impact and characteristics of mega claims.Article
Motor Vehicle Accidents in Workers Compensationhttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights_MVA_WC.aspxMotor Vehicle Accidents in Workers CompensationJim Davis and Delano BrownAugust 08, 2018Despite increased safety improvements, motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) in the United States have generally been on the rise over the last several years. NCCI takes a closer look at this trend impacting workers compensation.Article
Understanding the Interplay Between Social Security Disability Insurance and Workers Compensationhttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights_SSDI-WorkersComp.aspxUnderstanding the Interplay Between Social Security Disability Insurance and Workers CompensationJim Davis, Matt Schutz, and Bruce SpidellMarch 26, 2018This NCCI research brief examines the interplay between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and workers compensation (WC) benefits.Article
Medicare Set-Asides and Workers Compensation: 2018 Updatehttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights_Medicare_Set-Aside.aspxMedicare Set-Asides and Workers Compensation: 2018 UpdateNedzad ArnautovicFebruary 05, 2018This update builds on a September 2014 study that NCCI conducted on Medicare Set-Asides (MSAs). It’s based on data from approximately 11,500 MSAs submitted to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services between September 2009 and December 2015.Article
Social Security Disability Insurance and Workers Compensation Cost Shiftinghttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights_SSDI.aspxSocial Security Disability Insurance and Workers Compensation Cost ShiftingBarry Lipton, Jim DavisDecember 14, 2017In this research brief, NCCI examines Social Security Disability Insurance and workers compensation cost shifting.Article
Medical Cost Trends: Then and Nowhttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Insights_Medical-Costs-Then-and-Now.aspxMedical Cost Trends: Then and NowNedzad Arnautovic, Barry Lipton, John RobertsonNovember 02, 2017In Accident year 2015, claims costs decreased by 1% for the first year-over-year decline in more than 20 years. Learn more about this phenomenon with NCCI’s research paper.Article
NCCI Report Examines Historic 2015 Decline in Workers Compensation Medical Severity Costshttps://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Medical-Severity-Decline.aspxNCCI Report Examines Historic 2015 Decline in Workers Compensation Medical Severity CostsDavid ColonOctober 24, 2017A summary of key highlights of NCCI's research brief, "Investigating the Drivers of the 2015 Workers compensation Medical Severity Decline". The brief is based on NCCI’s compilation and analysis of lost-time medical claims severity data from 38 states.Article
How Is Medical Inflation Measured? And Why Should I Care?https://www.ncci.com/Articles/Pages/II_Medical-Price-Index-Analysis.aspxHow Is Medical Inflation Measured? And Why Should I Care?Raji ChadarevianOctober 16, 2017Read explore the differences between commonly used Medical Price Index (MPI) alternatives, and encourage the industry to consider using a recently developed methodology outlined below called the Personal Health Care Index (PHC).Article

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