I love the workers’ compensation space. I feel like I was born into it. I grew up watching my father beat his body up as he worked manual labor (and continues to do so well into his 70s). I had an ... Read More
With Mandatory Insurer Reporting (MIR) Civil Money Penalties (CMP) Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) proposed earlier in 2020, many Responsible Reporting Entities (RRE) are making sure their processes and ... Read More
As the page turns on 2020, state legislatures around the country are beginning their 2021 sessions with some fresh faces and new ideas, but are still locked in a battle with challenges brought on by the ... Read More
The coronavirus pandemic is perhaps best depicted by the voids it carves rather than by what it yields. The disappearances of handshakes, rush hour traffic, and sellout crowds at sporting events reveal the ... Read More
The Transitions – a movement to help the workers’ compensation industry, collectively and individually, think strategically about how to handle the influx and outflux of talent over the coming ... Read More
A recent study found that the COVID-19 pandemic is leading Medicare Advantage enrollment to grow more quickly than previously anticipated. Of those Medicare beneficiaries who decided on a Medicare Advantage ... Read More
The Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) User Guide is the primary source for Section 111 reporting requirements as mandated by Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007 (MMSEA). As the ... Read More
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Employees Attacked at Work in Separate Incidents Salt Lake City, UT (WorkersCompensation.com) – In what has become an all-too-common occurrence, workers just doing their jobs were attacked by customers last week in separate incidents.
In Salt Lake ...