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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
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he Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued an alert today that it will be hosting two town hall meetings to discuss common Commercial Repayment Center (CRC) Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) Ongoing ... Read More
On December 6, 2019, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its opinion inColby Furniture Company v. Belinda Overton. In Overton, the employer sought the termination of the employee’s right ... Read More
Workers’ comp pharmacy costs represent approximately 18% of total medical spend. That translates to $5 billion in pharmacy spend nationwide.1 Most employers and payors utilize Pharmacy Benefit ... Read More
The newly released movie, Dark Waters, provides a dramatic insight into the corporate disregard to human safety and life. The film, to be nationally released this weekend, puts into focus the chemical ... Read More
Why do we do what we do? I was in a conversation that included some critique of an (allegedly) annoying marketing campaign. The speaker was annoyed and felt that the ad campaign was obnoxious and ... Read More
Pursuant to Minn. Stat. 176.238, a Notice of Intention to Discontinue Benefits (NOID) can be filed for a number of reasons; most commonly an employee’s return to work. However, there are numerous other ... Read More
The State of Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry has proposed expedited rules governing the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), known formally as treatment parameters. This action was ... Read More
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