Petitioner Joan Haggerty worked for Cape May Regional Medical Center (Crothall Service Group). She tore her left rotator cuff and bicep tendon while working as a housekeeper. Months later she ... Read More
The 2019 Regular Legislative Session began on April 8th at noon. Several workers’ comp bills have been filed for this Session, which is a fiscal-only Session. Highlights include a bill that sets a 30 ... Read More
Electronic prescribing, or e-prescribing, allows health care providers to securely send prescription information from their computer or tablet directly to pharmacies. E-prescribing isn’t new, ... Read More
Self-insured employers and insurers understand that workers' comp leakage costs money. The overpayment of medical cost, indemnity benefits and claim expenses is a waste of money and weakens the overall ... Read More
Mental health is one of those topics that may seem taboo, even though it’s prevalent in our society. Bringing attention to it can reduce the stigma and perhaps enable more people to seek treatment when ... Read More
Brandi Gonzales, Assistant Vice President of Premium Audit and Billing Manager at LUBA Workers’ Comp, sat down with Louisiana Comp Blog to discuss misclassification and whether Louisiana is doing ... Read More
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will collect pay data from both the 2017 and 2018 calendar years as part of its EEO-1 Component 2 pay data collection due Sept. 30, Acting ... Read More
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