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Providence MCO - RN-Clinical MCO Reviewer - (posted 10/17/13)
Multnomah County - Safety Specialist - (posted 10/22/13)
DMEC Compliance Conference Program and Registration - April 15-17, 2013
NCCI State Advisory Forum Handout Presented October 17, 2012
Despite a 30 percent increase in Oregon's workforce, the state's workers' compensation claims are down sharply since the system was overhauled two decades ago.
Workers' Compensation Division administrator John Shilts told the Statesman-Journal that employers are saving money but workplaces are also safer.
The number of accepted disability claims in calendar year 2011 was 18,691, about half the 35,857 accepted in 1990. Estimated non-disability claims (with no time loss from work) dropped from 102,200 in 1990 to 42,400 in 2011.
The 2011 numbers are slightly up from the previous year, which recorded 18,012 accepted claims and 41,900 estimated non-disability claims.
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Management-Labor Advisory Committee (MLAC)