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Delaware UR Appellate Round-Up: Do We See a Trend Here?

Okay, I am thinking that UR rulings of non-certification have about as much sticking power as a defective Post-It note. These have been busy weeks for your humble blogger and I owe y'all an update on something. Well, UR is the subject du jour and it packs a wallop. If you are the employer/carrier...

Flyin’ High………. And the Role of Utilization Review in a Delaware Drug Diversion Case

Today’s case comes to us by way of Marshall Dennehy’s Jessica Julian. That is Jess and her family pictured here. What tickles me about this picture, pilfered from Facebook, is that these are some seriously beautiful people. And if “beauty” can be considered a generational curse...

Love without Borders: Delaware Law Eliminates Provider Certification Requirement for Out-of-state Treatment

Special thanks to Tara Bustard, Andy Carmine and Walt Schmittinger for bringing to my attention that House Bill 166 was signed into law on Monday. This is the long-awaited legislative remedy to the issues acknowledged by Wyatt v. Rescare and Vanvliet v. D&B Transportation (see my posts of 11/21/13...

Have Yourself a Merry Little Waiver: Referral of Medical Treatment for UR Concedes Causation in Delaware

It is very fitting to feature a case involving UPS this time of year. I stumbled upon Paul Schneider v United Parcel Service , IAB#1283119 (12/1/15) and what makes this case a bit of a “re-gifting” is that it contains what most would think is a well-known and well established proposition...