MI WCA Posts 2008 Report Online

Lansing, MI (CompNewsNetwork) - Michigan Workers' Compensation Agency posted their annual report for 2008. Here are some of the highlights:

The Funds Administration has worked in conjunction with the Compliance and Employer Records Section to collect fines from employers that have allowed their workers' compensation insurance coverage to lapse. Over $500,000 was collected and paid into the workers' compensation administrative fund.

The Vocational Rehabilitation Division has partnered with the No Worker Left Behind program to enhance training opportunities for employees displaced due to work injury.

In order to stay consistent with Medicare, the Health Care Service Rules increased the conversion factor to $50.70 for 2009 and adopted the Medicare expanded grouper rates for reimbursement of freestanding surgical outpatient facility (FSOF) services.

In April, the state's largest insurer, Accident Fund Insurance Company of America, began submitting the majority of their Proof of Coverage information to us electronically.

To get more highlights or view the full report, download the attachment at the end of this article.

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