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Prescriptions Part Two: Delaware IAB Once Again Preserves Carrier Right To Utilize Preferred Drug Vendors

I am thinking that some of y'all do not read my blog. If you did, you would have read my post of 10/10/11, "A Penny saved is a penny earned: Does claimant have the right to refuse ExpressScripts?" You could have printed a copy of the ruling in that case and perhaps today's post would...

Prescriptions Part Two: Delaware IAB Once Again Preserves Carrier Right To Utilize Preferred Drug Vendors

I am thinking that some of y'all do not read my blog. If you did, you would have read my post of 10/10/11, "A Penny saved is a penny earned: Does claimant have the right to refuse ExpressScripts?" You could have printed a copy of the ruling in that case and perhaps today's post would...

The Back-to-School Post……and a Carrier Friendly Outcome in Delaware on the Use of Prescription Vendors

It seems this week that everyone is sending their little darlings back to school. Pictures all over Facebook of the ornery little so-and-so's waiting for the bus, sporting all manner of new duds, their gap-toothed little faces smiling for the cameras. As anyone who knows me well can tell you, I am...

Just Say No! DE IAB Decision Affirming UR Denial of a Spinal Cord Stimulator Based on Addiction

"One drug is too many and a thousand not enough." (Anonymous) Luciana Gorum sent me today's decision because she thought I needed a good laugh. And while there is nothing funny about addiction, this case does prompt a chuckle over the comedy of missteps surrounding the injured worker...

Just Say No! DE IAB Decision Affirming UR Denial of a Spinal Cord Stimulator Based on Addiction

"One drug is too many and a thousand not enough." (Anonymous) Luciana Gorum sent me today's decision because she thought I needed a good laugh. And while there is nothing funny about addiction, this case does prompt a chuckle over the comedy of missteps surrounding the injured worker...