Court ruled that the CMS practice of seeking full reimbursement of a medical provider’s single charge was improper.
Federal Court has ruled a MAO is permitted to sue a law firm or lawyer for the failure to reimburse conditional medical expenses.
As the torch is being passed from one president to new one, one of the key platforms that PEOTUS ran on was eliminating Obamacare.
CMS announced it will be reconsidering a new policy in 2017 regarding re-reviews of otherwise approved WCMSA Arrangement amounts.
A discussion on a topic which needs much more attention: stigma and social prejudice toward employees with mental health challenges.
By Joan E. Collier
The 71st annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference is over. The four-day feast offered more speakers, more attendees, more presentations, more exhibitors, more sponsors, more partnerships, more volunteers and money for our service...
In December, WorkCompCentral announced California's implementation of a law signed in September 2016, in DWC to Start Kicking Rogue Medical Providers Out of Comp in February. That headline caught my attention because of the National Conversation on workers' compensation that began last May and has blossomed since in three settings: Dallas, Orlando and New Orleans.
A.A. Milne brought us an incredible journey with his characters and stories. He is the creator of the simple, loyal, and always hungry Winnie the Pooh. Pooh is the protagonist in a series of adventures that tend to take place in the solitude of the hundred acre woods, and in the imagination of a child, Christopher Robin. The earliest of these stories are almost on hundred years old. Many have enjoyed them as children, only to later share them with children, grandchildren and more.