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Michigan state regulators have proposed an update to health care services rules that will modestly increase costs, but maintain maximum reimbursement rates at approximately 130% of Medicare rates.
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Wisconsin has launched a premium-credit program for businesses that employ apprentices though the state’s Registered Apprenticeship Program, the commissioner of insurance and Department of Workforce Development announced Thursday.
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A New York appellate court ruled that a park police officer was not entitled to performance of duty or accidental disability retirement benefits because he was not a member of the New York State and Local Police & Fire Retirement System.
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Police officers in Spokane, Washington, will soon be carrying suppressed rifles in their cruisers in an effort to shield themselves from hearing damage and avoid related workers' compensation claims, according to a ...Read More
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Colorado’s Pinnacol Assurance is holding its second annual workers’ compensation fraud conference in November.
The two-day event will explore the keys to successful workers’ compensation fraud prosecutions, including tips on how to write reports of suspected fraudulent a...Read More
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The professional employer organization Ireti Workers' Compensation, which provides workers' compensation coverage to small and medium-sized businesses, has expanded into the temp work sector.
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The state has approved a 9.3% decrease to pure premiums for 2018, bringing to 45% the cumulative decrease in workers’ compensation costs since 2011, the state Workers’ Compensation Agency says.
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A divided West Virginia Supreme Court ruled that a worker was not entitled to an award of permanent partial disability benefits, since two of the three doctors who evaluated him found no evidence of permanent impairment.
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A psychiatrist convicted on a single charge related to the overdose death of Anna Nicole Smith is asking a federal judge to declare that California's process of suspending providers from the workers’ compensation system is unconstitutional.