Many readers and posters who feel that everywhere the W/C system, managed by cynical insensitive administrators who only focus on or pander insurance companies interests solely, may not realizes that in some states administrative processes are in place to continually assess the system to seek improvements
In Oregon, for example, there exists the Management-Labor Advisory Committee, established by the state legislature, whose members are appointed by Oregon's Governor. These ten representatives of labor and business advise the Workers Compensation Department director, the Oregon Legislature, and Governor on all matters relating to workers' compensation. They are the "gatekeeper" to changes in workers' compensation law.
Responding to many concerns from many quarters about Oregon