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U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb wants to expand training available to doctors on opioid prescribing — and is even considering mandatory opioid education for prescribers.
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Federal prosecutors accuse two Connecticut doctors of writing narcotics prescriptions for drug dealers in exchange for cash, billing Medicaid for more than $4 million worth of patient care that never was never given and running a pill mill out of their Norwalk urgent care clinic that local a...Read More
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A group of first responders are appealing a series of trial court orders dismissing their allegations that two California cities conspired with third-party administrators to withhold workers’ compensation benefits and are asking the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to clarify its 2015...Read More
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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation has more names to move from the list of indicted providers to the list of convicted providers as prosecutors in Southern California have quietly secured pleas from defendants accused of defrauding Medicare and federal workers’ compensat...Read More
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A former officer with the Newcomerstown Police Department is facing charges for allegedly shooting himself but claiming he was shot in the line of duty, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said.
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Miami’s largest developer lowered its costs to build an affordable-housing project by hiring subcontractors who misclassified workers as independent contractors and failed to pay for workers’ compensation coverage and employment taxes, a newspaper reported Thursday.
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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation was still working on revisions to formulary rules proposed in March as the July 1 implementation deadline set by California lawmakers came and went.
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States without a workers’ compensation fee schedule generally paid more for hospital outpatient surgeries, according to a new report, but of five reimbursement models studied, the lack of a fee schedule wasn’t necessarily the worst.