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The Division of Workers’ Compensation sent a notice of intent to suspend Paul Randall, a marketer who pleaded guilty in 2012 to paying kickbacks to providers who referred patients to Tri-City Regional Medical Center for spinal surgeries.
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The Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation has revised its treatment guidelines for complex regional pain syndrome and chronic pain disorder.
New guidelines will go into effect for services provided on or after Nov. 30.
Both sets of guidelines were last revised in Decemb...Read More
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California state regulators on Thursday announced the suspension of eight medical providers, bringing the total number who are barred from participating in the state workers’ compensation system to 46.
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Officials in two states say they are investigating an alternative work program for convicted criminals following a report that the nonprofit applied for workers’ compensation benefits on behalf of one of its workers and pocketed the benefit check.
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Commissioner of Workers’ Compensation Ryan Brannan will deliver the keynote speech and discuss the state of the Texas workers’ compensation system at the 2017 Workers’ Compensation Conference on Nov. 9 at the Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark.
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Texas plans to join Florida, Tennessee, Nevada and Oklahoma in mandating preauthorization for all compounded medications, including those containing “Y” ingredients, through its formulary.
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The Division of Workers’ Compensation on Tuesday said it will allow administrative law judges to determine whether declarations were filed timely for nearly 3,000 liens that were dismissed by operation of law in July.
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The average weekly wage used for determining workers’ compensation benefits in Massachusetts is $1,338.05, effective Oct. 1.
The rate for temporary and total disability benefits is 60%, with a minimum of $267.61 and a maximum of $1,338.05. For permanent and total disability benefits...Read More