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Dermatological drug payments rise in most states, opioids drop
On Business Insurance - June 30, 2020

Dermatological drug payment shares have risen more than 10% and are a greater portion of workers compensation drug spend in many states, the Workers Compensation Research Institute said in a study released Tuesday.

Payment shares for dermatological drugs increased more than 10% from the first quarter of 2016 to the first quarter of 2019 in nine of 28 states studied by researchers from the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based institute.

Dermatological drug payments rise in most states, opioids drop
On Business Insurance - June 30, 2020

Dermatological drug payment shares have risen more than 10% and are a greater portion of workers compensation drug spend in many states, the Workers Compensation Research Institute said in a study released Tuesday.

Payment shares for dermatological drugs increased more than 10% from the first quarter of 2016 to the first quarter of 2019 in nine of 28 states studied by researchers from the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based institute.

Injured Workers Pharmacy Paying $11M to Settle Complaint
On Claims Journal - June 30, 2020

A mail-order pharmacy that fought frequent court battles against workers’ compensation insurers will pay $11 million and change its business practices...

Mother cannot seek damages in workplace death of son
On Business Insurance - June 26, 2020

The mother of a boy who died while illegally working at a farm failed to show that the farm owner’s actions were so egregious as to fall within an exception of the Workers Compensation Act.

In Smith v. Park, a three-judge panel of the Supreme Court of New York, Appellate Division, Third Department unanimously affirmed a New York Workers Compensation Board’s decision to dismiss the mother’s complaint against the farm owner seeking damages for her son’s death.

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