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To Our Valued Subscribers

Updated 4/7/2020

WorkCompCentral is closely monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Our highest priority right now is focused on the health and safety of our employees and the workers’ compensation community at large. WCC is monitoring information from WHO and CDC for the latest information and updates.
https://www.who.int/
https://www.cdc.gov/

At this time, we want to reassure you that we continue to be dedicated to serving you and the workers’ compensation community at large. As our society is focused on adapting to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), WorkCompCentral has taken the following proactive steps to ensure the safety of our employees, clients, vendor partners and the community we serve:


Employees

* all employees are working remotely until further notice
* we are prepared and equipped to continue to provide first-class service to our subscribers and the workers’ comp community



Clients / Workers’ Comp Community

* scheduled live educational events for the next 8 weeks have been postponed; these will be assessed and rescheduled when we feel it is safe to do so

Scheduled Upcoming Webinars
* Covid Impact on Marijuana Industry
* Using Telerehab to Continue Recovery During Covid-19
* Calm Amidst the Chaos - coming soon!

Online Courses
* Coronavirus has gone viral
* So You Need an Air ambulance...Don’t Panic!

List of upcoming webinars will be updated as we continue to add more topics



Latest News Impacting Workers’ Comp Community at Large

* Sickened Health Workers Say COVID Claims Denied, Want Broader Comp Coverage 4/7
* Shortages Underline Uneasy Conditions for Essential Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic 4/7
* Agency Tracking COVID Claims, Assigns New Code for FROI - 4/6
* Tenet Healthcare to Furlough 500 Workers Because of COVID-19 - 4/6
* WC System Likely to See Fewer Claims, Lower Rates if COVID-19 Economic Fallout Continues 4/3
* Conn., N.Y. Post New Rules on Medical Exams; Other States Adjust to Virus 4/3
* In Rare Move, Fraud Forfeitures Now Go to Insurance Investigation Unit 4/3
* WCD Suspends Penalties for Failure to Insure, Pay Compensation 4/2
* Police Union Requests Covid-19 Presumptions in All States 4/2
* Comp Could Get Hit Hard by Virus-Related Fraud 4/1
* DWC Adopts Codes for Covid-19 3/31
* First Responders Demand That Governors Order Comp Coverage for Quarantine 3/30
* Telemedicine Not Perfect, But Tech is Helping, Docs Say 3/27
* ND - Governor Orders Comp Coverage for Sick, Quarantined First Responders and Med Workers 3/27
* Eastern States' Comp Agencies Rolling With COVID-19 Punch 3/27
* Firm Will Ask Judge to Act if DWC Doesn’t Give Guidance on Remote QME Exams 3/27
* Essential Designation Allows Attorneys to Keep Serving Clients During Covid 19 Closures 3/26
* Deadlines, Telephone Hearings Extended in Several States 3/26
* CWCI Speakers: Fewer Claims, Less Access to Care Possible as COVID Pandemic Grows 3/24
* DWC: All But Two Offices Open; Bakersfield Reopening Thursday After Cleaning 3/24
* WILG Calls on Insurers To Accept Most Coronavirus Claims if at All Work Related 3/20



Top 10 Workers’ Comp TPA’s Covid Resource Roundup

* Broadspire-Crawford Responds to Coronavirus
* Corvel-Covid-19 Update
* Esis Coronavirus Update
* Gallagher Bassett Covid-19 Resource Center
* Healthscope Benefits Covid-19 FAQs
* Helmsman Coronavirus Guidance
* Meritain Health (Aetna) Covid-19 Resources
* Sedgwick Coronavirus Preparedness and Response
* Trustmark Benefits - Coronavirus Update
* UMR Covid-19 Update



Covid-19 Claims Manual

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WorkCompCentral in partnership with several experienced service providers presents the COVID-19 Claims Manual. As we are working through this very fluid situation, upon comparing notes and questions asked by our respective clients, we found there was a common theme. We decided to work together to provide this essential information to the industry at large.




We will continue to provide the latest industry news and updates through our web platform at www.workcompcentral.com. We will work with industry leaders and vendor partners to bring forth educational topics via webinar during this time when in-person training is not an option.

If you have a topic you’d like to share with the workers’ comp community, please let us know. We will do our best to work with you to make it happen.


If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to our client services team at support@workcompcentral.com or call 866-975-2667 ext 3


Be well,
Kristen Chavez
President and CEO