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Medical Fee Schedules

In her first "Accidentally" Podcast of 2019, Jennifer Wolf Horejsh takes on medical fee schedules. What do we need to know about them? How could they be improved? What is coming in the future?

January 2019
by Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

"Accidentally" Archive

2018
On the Horizon: Looking Ahead to 2019
Building Community
What's With the Marketplace?
Disputes, Balance, and Subway Maps
The Masks of Mental Illness
Black Holes
The Pain of Pain Pills
Air is Heated Around Air Ambulances
Is Universal Coverage Desirable for Work Comp?

2017
How to Save Your Job from Robots
Portable Benefits: How Could They Affect Workers' Comp?
Shaping the Narrative to Engage the NextGen
Every Single Fatality
Innovation Mindset
Workers' Compensation SWOT Analysis: Part 2 Opportunities and Threats
Workers' Compensation SWOT Analysis: Part 1 Strengths and Weaknesses
Invisible Illness: Mental Health and Workers' Compensation
The History and Future of EDI: An Interview with Linda Yon
Celebrating Women's History Month: Contributions of Women to Workers' Compensation
IAIABC National Conversations
Taking the Long View on Change

2016
Five Metrics for Work Comp: A Holiday Story
Kids' Chance: Educating  Children of Injured Workers
Reflections on the Department of Labor Report
Large Deductibles: Top 10 Things to Know
Looking Back and Moving On
Why Does Return to Work Matter?
Remembering a Greater Purpose
Chinese Art and the Future of Workers' Compensation

2015
The Sharing Economy and Implications for Work Comp
The 1972 National Commission