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Express Scripts did not disclose how much it paid for myMatrixx in public statements announcing the deal that closed in May, but the pharmacy benefit manager told the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission the purchase price was around $250 million.
St. Louis-based Express Scripts s...Read More
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Industrial Helicopters voluntarily paid workers' compensation benefits to its employee Tommie Hebert after he fell from one its helicopters while trying to net deer in Mexico, but it can't get that money back from its workers' compensation carrier.
State: ID | Segment: WEST | 541 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Providers in Idaho would like the Industrial Commission to increase reimbursement rates by 3% to keep pace with inflation. But employers in Idaho say they already pay too much for medical services, and the fee schedule should not be increased.
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EK Health has been awarded a contract with the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority to provide bill review, case management, medical provider network and utilization review services.
Under the contract, which began July 3, EK Health will partner with SCVTA and its third-party ...Read More
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Align Networks, a network of workers’ comp rehabilitation providers that is embroiled in a lawsuit with California physical therapists, is quietly changing its name to One Call Physical Therapy, at the same time it's launching a new payment system that is generating concern.
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A wellness program that targets so-called frequent fliers in workers’ comp — employees with two or more work-related injuries within two years — has so far shaved $4 million off expected claim costs among participants at the University of California, Los Angeles.