Posts Tagged ‘Workers’ Comp’

Medical billing & collections experts specializing in workers’ comp billing and collections for over 25 years. We have a system of highly-experienced U.S.-based personnel supported by the best computer-based systems available, and we’re the market leader – call us at (949) 863-0022.

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Senate Bill 1160, Workers’ Comp, Automatic Authorization and You

Senate Bill 1160 was passed by the California legislature in 2016 in a wide-ranging effort to reform the state’s Workers’ Comp billing system. It included changes to automatic authorization, utilization review, lien filing, billing deadlines and much more. While most of the changes took effect in 2017, some did not start until January 1st, 2018.…

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DWC Posts Adjustments to Official Medical Fee Schedule

This is what we live for! At the end of March, the Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) posted an order adjusting the Official Medical Fee Schedule (OMFS) to conform to changes in the Medicare payment system. And your workers’ comp billing and CPT codes need to adjust accordingly. The easiest solution? Outsource your medical billing…

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The Hidden Payoff in Labor Code LC 5402

Need help navigating labor code compliance? Call MBC (949) 833-0022

One simple question can mean the difference between getting paid on a workers’ compensation claim or not. Under LC 5402, when attempting authorization on a workers’ comp claim, always ask if the claim/case is accepted, denied or still in discovery. If the insurance company has not decided to accept or deny the claim then provider…

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