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CA: CWCI Continues Case Law Series With 2011 Update

The California Workers’ Compensation Institute has announced it will conduct a one-day case law seminar in May in both Long Beach and San Francisco. The program will examine how recent trends in decisional law are reshaping California workers’ compensation, and discuss appropriate negotiation...

CWCI Analysis Estimates CURES Program Could Save $57 Million in Workers’ Comp Costs

As debate swirls about future funding for California’s $3.7 million a year Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES), a new California Workers’ Compensation Institute study asserts that allowing 3rd party payer access to CURES would improve quality of care and...

CWCI Analysis Estimates CURES Program Could Save $57 Million in Workers’ Comp Costs

As debate swirls about future funding for California’s $3.7 million a year Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES), a new California Workers’ Compensation Institute study asserts that allowing 3rd party payer access to CURES would improve quality of care and...

CWCI Study on Independent Medical Review Outcomes in California: Smoke and Mirrors

There are five kinds of lies—fibs, excuses, lies, damn lies, and statistics. The CWCI "study"from a political standpoint has to say that the UR/IMR process is a "success." A great deal of energy was put into the political process of the members of CWCI and other organizations...