OWCA has adjusted fees for the submission of forms 1008 and 1011, plus several other services, and promulgated updated versions of several forms.
The Texas Department of Insurance – Division of Workers’ Compensation (TDI-DWC) is accepting comments through February 20th on a compounded drug rule that was first proposed in June 2017.
A bill currently being considered in the Florida House would cap fees for attorneys who represent claimants in workers’ comp cases at $150 an hour.
Welcome to this month’s edition of Comp Medical News. Drug prices, nerve pain prescriptions, and rural hospitals are your headlines for January 2018.
Baton Rouge Business Report is looking for nominations from all walks of life for its Influential Women in Business awards.
NCCI recently announced the launch of the first edition of its Court Case Update report.
There were no clinically meaningful differences in pain reduction at two hours after ingestion among four oral analgesics – two opioids and two over-the-counter painkillers – to treat acute extremity pain in the emergency room, according to a new trial.
A.M. Best said in a recent report that commercial lines insurers’ pricing, underwriting and resilience in recent years has improved sufficiently to boost their outlook on this segment of the U.S. property/casualty industry from negative to stable for 2018.
Companies are expanding health and wellness offerings, according to survey findings from OfficeTeam, a Robert Half company.
The number of quits, which are generally voluntary separations initiated by employees, was 3.2 million in November 2017, according to new BLS numbers.