The 16th edition of CompScope™ Benchmarks study for Wisconsin can help policymakers and other system stakeholders identify current cost drivers and emerging trends in a wide variety of workers’ compensation cost measures such as indemnity benefits, duration of temporary disability, lump-sum settlements, medical payments, and benefit delivery expenses. It also shows how total costs per claim and the components in Wisconsin compared with 17 other study states. This edition analyzed claims with injury dates between 2009 and 2014 (evaluated as of March 31, 2015).
CompScope™ Benchmarks for Wisconsin, 16th Edition. Sharon E. Belton. April 2016. WC-16-16.
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