Dongchun Wang

Dongchun Wang

Dongchun Wang is an economist at WCRI. Her research focuses on medical practice patterns and medical care delivered to injured workers. She is the lead author of several studies that evaluate physician dispensing reforms in a number of states in recent years and of several other WCRI studies on utilization of workers’ compensation pharmaceuticals and prescribing patterns of opioids. During her tenure with WCRI, she has participated in earlier editions of the CompScope™ benchmarks and several public policy studies. She holds a master’s degree in applied economics and did her graduate work in applied econometrics, labor economics, and industrial organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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May 5, 2015
2015 Workers Compensation Research Institute Conference: Cost and Impacts of Physician Dispensing Drugs

At the 2015 Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) Annual Issues & Research Conference, panels of experts discussed the cost and impacts of physician dispensing drugs. Physician dispensed drugs are prescribed drugs available to be purchased directly from the physician (or in the physician’s office). Alternatively, prescriptions are filled at a pharmacy, often times with a...


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