LA: Governor Signs Legislation on Electronic Medical Billing

BATON ROUGE, LA - Governor Bobby Jindal signed Senate Bill 255 on May 11, 2010. The bill, which is effective 8/15/2010, provides electronic medical billing requirements for workers' compensation matters. Read the bill Source: Louisiana Legislature

CA: Possible Data Breach Reported and Contained for 300,000 Individual Records at Southern California Medical-Legal Consultants

Southern California Medical-Legal Consultants, Inc. (SCMLC) has announced that electronic files containing the names and social security numbers of approximately 300,000 individuals who have applied for California workers' compensation benefits have been exposed to unauthorized access. SCMLC is a...

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CWCI Schedules Webinars on Gearing Up For New Medical Billing and E-Billing Standards

The California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) will conduct two separate webinars on Thursday, October 13 to educate claims managers, medical billers, bill reviewers and others who deal with workers’ compensation medical treatment billing issues in California about the new standards...

CWCI Offers On-Demand Webinars on Workers’ Comp Medical Billing and E-Billing Standards

The California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) is offering two separate on-demand webinars to provide training to claims managers, medical billers, bill reviewers and others who deal with California workers’ compensation medical treatment billing issues about the new standards for...

CWCI Finds Use of Compounded Drugs in California Workers’ Comp Are Down, But Payments Are Up

New CWCI research shows that compounded drugs accounted for a declining share of California workers’ compensation prescriptions last year following reforms intended to contain the use and associated costs of these drugs and changes in how they are billed, but despite this decline, compound drug...

CWCI Finds Use of Compounded Drugs in California Workers’ Comp Are Down, But Payments Are Up

New CWCI research shows that compounded drugs accounted for a declining share of California workers’ compensation prescriptions last year following reforms intended to contain the use and associated costs of these drugs and changes in how they are billed, but despite this decline, compound drug...