Nearly every adult in this country drives a car on a regular basis. Yes, many people commute via public transportation, ride a bike, or walk to work; but even many of those people drive a car at least ... Read More
Employers considering telemedicine as a treatment option for occupational injuries can anticipate its advantages, but should be aware of two important things:
Have an experienced clinician ... Read More
This post is shared from http://nj1015.com: "A New Jersey worker's compensation judge has ordered this municipality to cover the cost of a municipal employee's medical marijuana, saying that the ... Read More
June 29, 2018. Thirteen days ago. I’m sitting in the Grand Ballroom of the Capital Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC, soaking in the presentations at the Annual Conference and CEO Summit of the ... Read More
Work comp drug costs have dropped by over a billion dollars over the last eight years.
What’s even better news is this has been driven largely by sharply lower opioid utilization.
The bad news ... Read More
You may have seen the recent chatter among the Medicare Secondary Payer community that implementation of a formal voluntary Liability MSA (LMSA) and No-Fault MSA (NFMSA) review program is on hold. Some in ... Read More
Each year the WCIRB prepares a report on California workers’ compensation losses and expenses during the preceding year. And each summer the WCIRB does a State of the System analysis.
The ... Read More