Intended Consequences

Earlier this year, April 1st to be exact, the Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) adopted changes to the Medical-Legal Fee Schedule (MLFS). This is the schedule governing the payment of … Read More »

Emergency QME Telehealth Rules Approved

The Office of Administrative Law approved emergency regulations to allow qualified medical evaluators (QMEs) to provide remote med-legal evaluations as long as certain conditions are met. The agency received pushback from the workers’ comp community on the proposed requirements, but the regulations were approved for temporary use with only minor modifications. The proposed regulations were … Read More »

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DWC Avoids Court Battle With Telemedicine Order

Representatives for a group of 100 plus qualified medical evaluators and a handful of QME management companies dropped plans to go to court after the Division of Workers’ Compensation issued an emergency measure authorizing telehealth services for certain med-legal evaluations. The Division is taking action in light of the state’s stay at home order to … Read More »

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