The Opioid Crisis and Workplace Injury

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By Travelers
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The opioid crisis makes daily headlines, but the chronic pain that often drives opioid prescriptions receives less attention. Helping injured employees avoid developing chronic pain in the first place can help them avoid the risk of developing an opioid addiction.

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