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Defending Against Medical-Legal Liens 08/18/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 1421 | 0
In our last article we looked at defending against medical treatment liens, and discussed going back to basics with the facts and the law. Defending against unscrupulously billed medical-l...Read More
 
 
Defending Against Medical Treatment Liens 08/03/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 723 | 0
If you are a regular reader of workcompcentral you may have noticed recently some discussions in the articles on IMC Guidelines, and medical management from the claims examiner perspective. If you are a defense attorney, quite often you are called upon to assist in the resolution of disputed medical...Read More
 
 
Duplication vs. Pyramiding and the MDT 06/23/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 1110 | 0
The last article reviewed the Hegglin, Mihesuah and ...Read More
 
 
Disease Management and Work Comp - Part 2 06/09/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 351 | 0
In our last article we explored the issues of tuberculosis in the work place. Getting more press time, meanwhile, are Hepatitis A, B and C, and AIDS. Hepatitis A, B and C are viral infections that can damage the live...Read More
 
 
Disease Management and Work Comp - Part 2 06/09/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 421 | 0
In our last article we explored the issues of tuberculosis in the work place. Getting more press time, meanwhile, are Hepatitis A, B and C, and AIDS. Hepatitis A, B and C are viral infections that can damage the liver and can be dormant for decades. Among the most contagious and the most co...Read More
 
 
Disease Management and Work Comp - Part 1 05/25/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 466 | 0
Risk managers at the recent RIMS conference in New Orleans this year were warned about increasing issues with disease related work workers' compensation claims at medical and health care facilities. In particular, safety programs should include attention to dirty diapers and people who cough because...Read More
 
 
Disease Management and Work Comp - Part 1 05/25/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 439 | 0
Risk managers at the recent RIMS conference in New Orleans this year were warned about increasing issues with disease related work workers' compensation claims at medical and health care facilities. In particular, safety programs should include attention to dirty diapers and people who cough because...Read More
 
 
Due Diligence = Happy Attorney/Client Relations 03/14/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 432 | 0
As with any consumer service, performing adequate due diligence before buying is critical to a satisfying attorney/client relationship. When you are the victim of a work injury, you have enough stress going on, and you don...Read More
 
 
Due Diligence = Happy Attorney/Client Relations 03/14/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 385 | 0
As with any consumer service, performing adequate due diligence before buying is critical to a satisfying attorney/client relationship. When you are the victim of a work injury, you have enough stress going on, and you don't need to be stressed about the person that is going to assist getting you th...Read More
 
 
Discrimination Costs Big 02/13/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 506 | 0
Recently reported by AP is the story about a grocery store that must pay $90,000 as the result of an EEOC complaint brought by a teen-ager with HIV who was fired when the manager found out she has the virus.Korrin Krause, 16, worked one day in March, 2001 at Quality Foods IGA in Schofield, Wiscon...Read More
 
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