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Transferring care to another state
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New Jersey Workers comp case



due to financial reasons, i can no longer afford to live in NJ but still require additional surgery, can care be transferred to physicians in another state?

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yes but the difficulty is finding a physician who is willing to do the required reporting or take a reduced fee.
best to have your current physician find a referral for you or have the carrier/employer authorize one.
New Jersey comp rules still apply.
you should also find out the difference in the treatment fees between the states. if new jersey fees are higher, it should be much easier to find a new physician.
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(11-26-2016, 10:28 PM)1171 Wrote: yes but the difficulty is finding a physician who is willing to do the required reporting  or take a reduced fee.
best to have your current physician find a referral for you or have the carrier/employer authorize one.
New Jersey comp rules still apply.
you should also find out the difference in the treatment fees between the states. if new jersey fees are higher, it should be much easier to find a new physician.

thank you so much.
 
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