On October 30th, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) held an informational webinar entitled WCMSA Electronic Attestation Enhancement Webinar.
CMS hosted this webinar to discuss ... Read More
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This month I’ve been looking at 2019 California workers’ comp bills that became law, as well as some that failed to secure legislative passage or were vetoed.
But as they say in infomercials: ... Read More
Workers Comp Claim Action Plan – Online Access Answers 90% of Questions
Most Workers Comp Claim Action Plans cause the adjusters to have to do a ton of work. Long ago, when I was a full-time adjuster, ... Read More
Welcome to the latest edition of Comp Medical News. Fibromyalgia, cannabis and mental health, and the ongoing Johnson & Johnson case are your headlines for October 2019.
J&J Received Grand Jury ... Read More
The topic of misrepresentation is back this week. It is not new to this blog. Readers may recall Brock is gone, is Hector next, in the Florida Court, or the U.S. Supreme? Or, perhaps the musings a few ... Read More
At the 2019 IAIABC Annual Convention, a session discussed the challenges and controversy around the use of the AMA Guidelines to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment. This was a live "Out Front Ideas with ... Read More
The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissioners (IAIABC) brings together workers' compensation regulations from around the world with the industry they regulate to discuss a ... Read More
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NY Considers Changing Employee Classification Laws Albany, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Mirroring the legislation passed this September in California, New York state is considering changes to labor laws regarding how employers can classify their ...