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The Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation is proposing fee schedule changes for health care providers, ambulatory surgery centers and hospitals that, combined, would add a projected $124 million to sy...Read More
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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is asking drugmakers and distributors to fund a 12-point plan to combat the state’s opioid epidemic, which includes creating a position with Cabinet-level authority that would be solely devoted to solving the crisis.
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The Iowa Division of Workers’ Compensation, beginning today, will use a private vendor to make hearings available to stakeholders who volunteer to appear remotely by telephone or video from their homes or offices.
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Federal prosecutors in Birmingham, Alabama, have charged a Vestavia Hills physician with illegally prescribing controlled substances, including opioid painkillers, U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town’s office announced.
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A doctor of osteopathic medicine has resigned his authorization to treat injured workers after signing a consent order with the Board of Professional Medical Conduct over misconduct allegations.
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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation announced the suspension of three more system providers, bringing to 52 the number of people who have been suspended since the start of the year.
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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation will hold a public hearing on Dec. 11 to take comments on proposed provider suspension rules that will make permanent the emergency rules the division adopted in January.