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Reimbursement Cap for Medical-Only Claims Increasing to $2,400

Wednesday, August 24, 2022 | 0

Oregon employers will be allowed to reimburse up to $2,400 in medical costs on accepted, non-disabling claims next year to reduce the impact the claim would otherwise have on their experience modifications. The Workers’ Compensation Division on Tuesday announced the employer-reimbursed medical services cost cap will increase to $2,400 in 2023 from $2,300. State law allows employers to pay back comp carriers for medical expenses on non-disabling claims, meaning the accident didn’t result in the injured worker receiving indemnity benefits for lost time and didn’t cause a perm...

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