The Promise of Better Economic Outcomes for Workers with Musculoskeletal Conditions
Publisher: New York, NY: Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College
May 04, 2017
In this brief, we explore the possible reasons for the growth in the number of SSDI claimants with MSK conditions, present a range of evidence-based interventions that might help workers stay in the labor force after experiencing the onset of such conditions, and discuss the importance of examining whether these interventions would be effective in different environments than the ones already tested.
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