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Arkansas Amendments to the Workers’ Compensation Statutes Due to COVID-19

Arkansas Amendments to the Workers’ Compensation Statutes Due to COVID-19 The state of Arkansas, through Governor Asa Hutchinson, has amended its workers’ compensation statutes by way of an executive order, EO 20-19 to be exact. The EO which was issued on April 13, 2020, was intended to temporarily suspend certain parts of the workers’

How can Workers’ Comp Medical Scheduling Help to Simplify the Job of Nurse Case Managers

How can Workers’ Comp Medical Scheduling Help to Simplify the Job of  Nurse Case Managers A majority of nurse case managers are registered nurses working for a carrier of workers’ compensation insurance or workers comp case management companies. Their main responsibility in the health care industry includes: Coordinate the various aspects involved

How Direct Pay Provider Network Can Decrease Costs On Workers Compensation Programs

How Direct Pay Provider Network Can Decrease Costs On Workers Compensation Programs Workers compensation is one of the largest costs that a company can incur every year. Aside from the large premiums paid to the workers compensation insurance broker to protect employees, there also are numerous costs involved when a work-related accident

The Benefits of Using a Medical Scheduling Company for In-Home Physical Therapy

The Benefits of Using a Medical Scheduling Company for In-Home Physical Therapy Contrary to common misconceptions, hiring a medical scheduling company for your employees' health care and workers' compensation needs is a necessary cost for your business. It provides savings, improves the productivity of your staff and frees up the time-consuming task

Workers’ Compensation Fee Schedules – Legal Issues that Affect Healthcare Providers and Third Party Administrators

Workers' Compensation Fee Schedules - Legal Issues that Affect Healthcare Providers and Third Party Administrators Pursuant to Federal and state laws, all employees covered by workers compensation may be entitled to medical care, payment for lost wages, and other applicable benefits - if they become ill or injured on the job. However,

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