More Time for Workers’ Comp Formulary?

The Division of Workers’ Compensation’s efforts to implement a workers’ comp prescription drug formulary still enjoys broad industry support, but many are asking the Division to delay the effective date. … Read More »

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CAAA Seeks Broader Expansion Of RTW Fund Rules

The California Applicant Attorneys’ Association was successful in lobbying the Department of Industrial Relations to open rulemaking for the Return-To-Work Supplement Fund. CAAA wants to give some injured workers additional … Read More »

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New Workers’ Comp Anti-Fraud Proposals

Administration officials say a series of stakeholder meetings to brainstorm ideas for combating the state’s workers’ comp fraud problems are producing potentially workable solutions. Department of Industrial Relations Director Christine … Read More »

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Home Health Fee Schedule Gets Pushback

The Division of Workers’ Compensation is getting pushback from all sides about its newly updated draft fee schedule for home health services. Employer representatives are asking for more clarity in … Read More »

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