Dr. Bogdan Savych is a public policy analyst at the Workers Compensation Research Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He analyzes issues related to labor and health economics, dispute resolution, and the design of income benefit systems. He currently conducts research that examines self-reported outcomes of injured workers and adequacy and efficacy of workers’ compensation benefits. His research also explores the role of provider choice policies in worker outcomes and compares payments for ambulatory surgery centers across states. In addition, he examines the performance of the workers’ compensation system in Virginia as part of the CompScope™ benchmarking studies. Dr. Savych received his Ph.D. from Pardee RAND Graduate School.
Bogdan Savych discusses his study into how recent changes in the health insurance landscape affect outcomes for injured workers.
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