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Oregon workers' compensation data attorney fees paid. The data is presented in the Department of Consumer and Business Services report at https://www.oregon.gov/dcbs/reports/compensation/Pages/index.aspx. The attached pdf provides definitions of the data. Assessed fees are amounts paid to the attorney that are in addition to any claimant award; they are assessed against the insurer.
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Each annual salary listed in this report is 12 times that particular employee's monthly adjusted salary rate as of June 30, 2010 (between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010). "Annual Salary" includes most differential payments (such as work-out-of-classification and bilingual differential), but excludes payments for overtime, shift differential, benefits, and vacation payout. The report does not account for unpaid furlough leave that management employees began taking in fiscal year 2009-2010; neither does it reflect step decreases and unpaid furlough leave that some classified employees began taking after June 2009. This report does not include annual salaries for employees of the Oregon University System, semi-independent agencies, temporary employees, or records protected by court order. For more State of Oregon Workforce/salary information please visit the Oregon Transparency Website: http://oregon.gov/transparency/state_workforce.page
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Market share of SAIF, private insurers, and self-insured employers in the workers' compensation system.
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Salaries for Douglas ESD for Fiscal Year 2013
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Workers’ compensation indemnity benefits are cash benefits paid to injured workers. These benefits include benefits for temporary disability (time loss), permanent partial disability, permanent total disability, and death. Statute sets eligibility criteria and the rates at which insurers pay these benefits. In the case of death from work-related causes, indemnity benefits are paid to survivors. Indemnity benefits also include vocational assistance benefits paid on behalf of severely disabled workers to get them back to work. Indemnity benefits also include settlements between workers and insurers. Claim disposition agreements (CDAs) and disputed claim settlements (DCSs) are the two forms of settlements. The Workers' Benefit Fund ( WBF)provides funds for programs that assist employers and injured workers. Assessment revenues, not insurance premiums, finance these programs. Employers and workers each pay half the assessment. The two major programs are the Retroactive Program and the Re-employment Assistance Program. The Retroactive Program pays cost-of-living increases to workers or their beneficiaries based on changes in average wages. The two major benefits paid are for permanent total disability and death. Since at least 1995, the majority of PTD and death benefits have been paid from this program. The Re-employment Assistance Program provides incentives for injured workers to return to work, through the Employer-at-Injury Program (EAIP) and the Preferred Worker Program (PWP). Benefits common to both are wage subsidies, worksite modifications, and employment purchases. Workers who have not been released to regular work but can return to transitional jobs are eligible for the EAIP. Use of this program allows many claims to remain nondisabling even though the workers have medical restrictions. Workers who have a permanent disability and are unable to return to regular work are eligible for the PWP benefits, which may be initiated by either the worker or the employer. In addition, claim cost reimbursement is paid for preferred workers who suffer new injuries. The data in this table include estimated figures and are subject to revision. All dollars are shown in millions of dollars.
2016 Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Bloodstream Infection (BSI) Laboratory-Identified (LabID) Events Map – Critical Access Hospitals (Updated Baseline)data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-01T22:40:38.000Z
Oregon hospitals report facility-wide MRSA BSIs as part of Oregon’s mandatory healthcare-associated infections reporting program. For information regarding standardized infection ratio baselines, please see https://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/2015rebaseline/index.html
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Legislatively Approved Budget: 2017-19 Biennium: Total Available Revenues by Agency (2018). For more information: https://www.oregon.gov/transparency/Pages/revenue.aspx. This report provides revenue information for Oregon state agencies, organized by agency # and by fund type (e.g. General Fund, Lottery Funds, Other Funds, and Federal Funds). Note: This report includes data from the Oregon Legislature and the Oregon Judicial Department, but does not include data from the Oregon State Lottery or semi-independent agencies, boards and commissions. (Source: DAS Chief Financial Office – Oregon Budget Information Tracking System – ORBITS)
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2019-04-25T22:02:31.000Z
This is basic data on the Oregon Return to Work (RTW) programs statistics starting in 1987 where data available. This covers the Employer at Injury Program (EAIP), Preferred Worker Program (PWP), and Vocational Assistance Program (Voc). This is the continuation of the Oregon DCBS "Report on the Oregon Workers' Compensation System.
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This is basic data on the Oregon Return to Work (RTW) programs statistics. This view covers the Vocational Assistance Program (Voc) eligibility determinations. Insurers determine eligibility or ineligibility for vocational assistance for workers with permanent partial disability who do not return to permanent work with the employer at injury. In general, workers are eligible for vocational assistance if they have a substantial handicap that prevents re-employment in any job that pays at least 80 percent of the job-at-injury wages.