NCCI continually monitors issues that could potentially impact the workers compensation system. This update and our Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation Update - Webinar on Demand highlight the ... Read More
New Jersey workers’ compensation has two kinds of settlements: those under Section 20, a full and final settlement, and those under Section 22, an accepted percentage of disability settlement with reopener ... Read More
Does telemedicine have a place in workers’ compensation? This practitioner was undecided on this question until a week ago when participating in a conference devoted to the benefits of using ... Read More
Transporting work comp patients to and from medical visits, PT, IMEs, hearings and the like is a big business – big for workers' comp that is.
At first blush, it looks like a perfect opportunity ... Read More
On September 27, 2018, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) made a remarkable move. The agency placed a cannabidiol (CBD) containing product, Epidiolex, into Schedule V (classified as having low potential for ... Read More
Regulatory Roundup is a weekly compilation of employee wellness and safety news. You can read the full article by clicking the titles below.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... Read More
Analysis of County of San Diego v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (Pike) by Christian P. KerryOn March 6, 2018, in County of San Diego v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (Pike), the Court of ... Read More
At the 2018 IAIABC Annual Conference a panel discussed efforts to control inappropriate opioid use in workers' compensation claims. The speakers were:
Dr Gary Franklin - Medical Director, Washington State ... Read More