On October 5, 2020, CMS published its latest edition of the Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangement (WCMSA) Reference Guide (Version 3.2). It includes §10.3 Section 15 – Rated ... Read More
The “out with the old, in with the new” end of the year adage felt more meaningful this year with COVID-19, but unfortunately the virus did not go out with the year.
While the final months of ... Read More
What’s become clear from years of combating opioid use disorders is that, for most patients, recovery is difficult and often protracted. Just as important, we’ve learned that the greatest chance ... Read More
What we do matters. If you are reading this. YOU MATTER. Being in the workers’ compensation system is one of the most amazing gifts one can have because of the opportunity to impact human lives, ... Read More
COVID-19 has been infecting, disabling, and even killing workers in the course of their employment. Healthcare workers, first responders, cleaners, grocery clerks and other essential workers are ... Read More
As the conversation of mental health and mindfulness continue, a very simple exercise my mother did with me as a child comes to mind. This exercise has been a pillar throughout my life and continues to have ... Read More
On August 21, 2020, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota published its opinion on Estate of William Fisher v. Azar. It found that because the Medicare Appeals Council (MAC) did not ... 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 ...