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The state Workers’ Compensation Board has temporarily suspended the authorization of Dr. Eric Gordon to treat injured workers after he agreed to give up his license in the wake of a California order.
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The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation announced Friday that it has hired Dr. Terrence B. Welsh, the former chief medical adviser for the Industrial Commission, as its chief medical officer.
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The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board is considering transferring nearly 70,000 claims to a private entity using an assumption of liability policy or other financial instrument to shed at least $830 million in estimated annual costs.
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The Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation will hold a public hearing next month on proposed changes to its drug-free workplace program rule.
The hearing will begin at 10 a.m. Sept. 28 in the Tennessee Room of the BWC building, located at 220 French Landing Drive in Nashville...Read More
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Business groups say they are holding private conversations with Pennsylvania state lawmakers on a legislative remedy to a state Supreme Court decision that blocks impairment rating evaluations.
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A state lawmaker is making a second attempt to require workers' compensation carriers to pay doctors for medical opinions requested after the carrier disputes the extent of a worker's compensable injury.