Local corporation Gisclair and Associates, Inc. is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year.
The Louisiana Hospital Association has published its annual report on healthcare in the state.
In Texas, the drilling and fracking boom has boosted fatal traffic accidents for oil and gas workers and those around them.
A new study from the WCRI showed that Georgia’s changes to the reimbursement rules for physician-dispensed drugs reduced the average price per pill paid by 25–40 percent.
Comments are now available on Louisiana Comp Blog.
The U.S. Department of Justice is pursuing surgeons who inflate fees and perform medically unnecessary spinal surgeries.
Last week, OSHA supported the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety’s National Farm Safety and Health Week September 21st-27th.
A federal judge in Illinois has ruled that a FedEx company policy requiring injured workers to notify and seek approval from a supervisor prior to pursuing medical treatment is illegal.
A recap of the second and final day of general session activities for the MASI Annual Conference.
Deepwater Horizon clean up workers demand immediate medical payments in hearing which began yesterday in New Orleans.