It will likely take at least 10 years until a digital currency such as bitcoin is adopted by the workers’ compensation industry in a serious way. I believe it will happen. Complexity, hype and ... Read More
As I ponder In re Amendments to the Florida Evidence Code, No. SC19-107 (decided May 23, 2019), I cannot seem to shake Yogi Berra's voice from my head. He is credited with such sayings as "the future ain't ... Read More
Last week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule, (CMS-4180-F) impacting Medicare Advantage Plans (MAP) and Part D programs. The rule aims to ensure that ... Read More
At its annual conference, held last week in Orlando, the National Council on Compensation Insurance showed, for the first time in my memory, a short profile of workers who had sustained severe work injuries. ... Read More
Claims payers are spending less on drugs. But some pharmacy benefit managers are still raking it in, by charging their customers in workers’ comp far more than would be the case were PBMs more ... Read More
Sadly, yet another high quality research study has shown that an employer’s workplace wellness program has been ineffective. That’s the bottom line of a randomized clinical trial recently ... Read More
There has been a fair amount of discussion about delegation in workers' compensation in recent years. Now come questions and considerations of states delegating authority to the federal government. This is a ... Read More
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