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DLIR Resurrects Proposed Rules for Electronic Submission of Treatment Plans

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 | 185 | 0 | 0 min read

The Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations scheduled an Oct. 26 hearing to gather testimony on proposed rules that would allow medical service providers to submit treatment plans electronically. The department is also proposing revisions to its medical fee schedule. The proposed rules would implement House Bill 2017, which Gov. David Ige signed into law June 21, 2016. The bill allowed providers to file treatment plans electronically since the start of 2017 if the employer accepts electronic submissions. Employers will be required to accept electronic transmissions of treatment p...

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