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WCRI Blogging Live – Medical Care

This is the WCRI blogging live crossing States lines for Medical care

Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASC’s) – in New York City vs. New Jersey

Preliminary Findings

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Dr. Brogdan Savych – medical researcher and author  for WCRI

Shoulder Arthroscopies average ASC cost increased significantly from 2011 through 2014 – 25%+ per year.

Half of all surgeries in New Jersey ASC’s are from New York claimants

New York City injured workers treating in New Jersey – 326% more than New York.

Pennsylvania workers on the New Jersey border do not treat that much in New Jersey.

The questions I had on this session, but had to step away to take a phone call were:

  • Why did Pennsylvania workers not treat that much in New Jersey
  • Were the physicians from New Jersey recruiting the injured workers ?
  • What are the medical control statuses in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey? 
  • Is there any upcoming legislation in any of these states that would change the treatment dynamics presented? 

I will definitely have to update this article after I read the conference manual on this presentation. 

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Comment – Medical control in New York?   This article was from WCRI Blogging Live 

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