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Health and Income Security for Injured Workers: Key Policy Issues

How Can We Better Coordinate Care for Ill, Injured, and Disabled Workers?

Powerpoints and transcript of presentations made during Session VI, “How Can We Better Coordinate Care for the Ill, Injured, and Disabled Workers?” at the NASI symposium, Health and Income Security for Injured Workers: Key Policy Issues, October 12-13, 2006 in Washington, DC.

Moderator: Lee Goldberg, Policy Director, Long Term Care Division, Service Employees International Union

Are Workers More Likely to Claim Workers’ Compensation If They Lack Health Coverage?
Darius Lakdawalla, Robert Reville, Seth Seabury, Institute for Civil Justice, RAND

Disability Benefits 101: Securing Health Coverage and Working with a Disability
Bryon MacDonald, World Institute on Disability, Berkeley

New Experiments in 24-Hour Health Coverage for Service Workers
Christine Baker, California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation

Douglas Benner, M.D., Kaiser Permanente