In a brief order dated December 22, 2015, the Florida Supreme Court declined to review Padgett v. State of Florida. This saga began with a Miami Circuit Judge presiding over a case involving an ... Read More
Recently, I wrote a blogwire article that CMS had planned to go-live with its pre-settlement final demand functionality on January 1, 2016, but instead CMS has moved it up to December 21st. In its ... Read More
Marijuana holds a fascination and attraction for people. It has been illegal in America for decades, but nonetheless sees significant use and acceptance. This is discussed recently in Measuring ... Read More
Most of us recently took a pause in our daily lives to be thankful for something. It is an annual ritual during which many of us eat too much, do too little, and hopefully take some time to ... Read More
If it doesn't work, is it fraud?
If the result of some accident turns out to not be an injury, is it fraud to visit the doctor to find that out?
There was a story last spring in the Daily ... Read More
Yesterday, CMS issued an alert which states:
As part of the Strengthening Medicare and Repaying Taxpayers Act of 2012 (the SMART Act), the MSPRP will be modified to include Final CP process functionality by ... Read More
Ten Light Duty Work Ideas So you have decided to provide some light duty or transitional work for injured workers to decrease wage loss expense. First of all, congratulations! This is the first step in decreasing claims costs. ...