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ORLANDO, Fla. – Employers and insurers no longer can treat medical marijuana as a passing fad but must develop strategies on whether to reimburse injured workers for cannabis and decide whether to conduct pre-employment or post-accident drug testing, a national expert said Wednesday.
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The University of Southern Maine is establishing an endowed chair in risk management and insurance named after the founding chief executive officer of MEMIC, the carrier announced Tuesday.
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The Alabama preferred provider organization AlaMed has contracted with the medical equipment manufacturer MedX to deliver back-stretching equipment to eligible injured workers' homes as part of their workers' compensation treatment plans.
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Dr. Daniel Cameron has resigned his authorization to treat injured workers after the state Board for Professional Medical Conduct charged him with gross negligence, gross incompetence and failure to maintain medical records.
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Gov. Eric Greitens on Monday signed an executive order to create a prescription drug monitoring program in Missouri, the only state that does not yet have such a system, which is widely regarded as a key tool in combatting the opioid epidemic.
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The status and implications of legal challenges to the constitutionality of workers’ compensation statutes in different states will be a topic covered during a webinar today hosted by Marsh.
The free webinar, which begins at 2 p.m. Eastern time, will also discuss recent and potentia...Read More