How Do Fee Schedule Changes Affect Physician Payments?
Physician payments are the largest category of medical expenditures for workers compensation (WC) claims, comprising approximately 40% of medical ... Read More
The California Court of Appeal, 1st District has now issued an opinion certified for publication in an important apportionment case, City of Petaluma V. WCAB (Aaron Lindh) (see text of the decision ... Read More
Today when I turned on my computer to start the day, I was alerted by LinkedIn that a good friend and client was celebrating 11 years with her employer. I remember when she first took that ... Read More
With sore feet, a pocket full of business cards, and an envelope stuffed with receipts, the work comp world is headed home.
My main takeaway from the NWCDC conference – Yin and Yang, black and ... Read More
One of the most significant cases to be decided by the Appellate Division with respect to subrogation rights was issued on December 4, 2018 in New Jersey Transit Corporation v. Sanchez, A-0761-17T3 ... Read More
Just six years ago, former Governor Chris Christie signed into law a bill which vested exclusive jurisdiction within the Division of Workers’ Compensation over any disputed medical charge arising from ... Read More
44 Percent of Physicians are Burned Out Sacramento, CA - Close to 44 percent of U.S. physicians are burned out, and 15 percent are depressed and thinking about suicide, according to a survey conducted by Medscape and summarized by ...