Louise Norris posts an excellent edition of health wonkery this week at Colorado Health Insurance Insider: Health Wonks Tackle New Questions in Healthcare Reform. She notes that the range of topics is far-reaching, but that most are at least loosely associated with some aspect of health care reform. She offers a graphic summary, which we've taken the liberty of reproducing here - but click through to access the posts.
Quick news notes
Grab a coffee and pull up a chair - here's a pretty hefty link list to other news items we found noteworthy this week:
- A conman you should listen to
- "Disability" is increasing...why?
- Why Chemotherapy That Costs $70,000 in the U.S. Costs $2,500 in India
- Insurers to pay for pot?
- Labor Department disbands mine safety legal teams
- The golden goose egg: Is the race to zero incidents worth the chase?
- Is OSHA Wrong About Safety Incentive Programs?
- Don't Know Anything But Driving a Truck
- Union groups fight TN workers' comp overhaul
- NJ School Bus Driver's Injury Cleaning Bus At Home Covered Under Comp
- New Issues in Workers Compensation Pose Challenges for Casualty Actuaries
- Reinsurance Pricing Down for U.S. P&C Sector
- Employees Don't Have Time For Wellness Initiatives
- Intoxication from employer-provided alcohol doesn't bar benefits
- Are manufacturing by-product PCBs an occupational health hazard?
- To Sit or to Stand, That Is the Question Part 1 and Transitioning to Sit/Stand Workstation Part 2
- Work-Related Amputations: Who's Counting?
- Are Rarely Performed Job Functions "Essential" Under the ADA?
- Old 'Disability' Definition Applies to Employee's Injury, Says 10th Circuit
- 12 Tips for Handling Difficult Conversations
- The $5 Million Question: Should College Athletes Buy Disability Insurance?