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The Industrial Commission proposed amendments to a rule regarding hearings before the commission.
The Industrial Commission proposed to amend rules regarding workers' compensation filing requirements.
The Bureau of Workers' Compensation published a draft electronic data interchange claims implementation guide and supporting documents.
The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board adopted rules regarding lien claims, which went into effect on May 21.
The Department of Labor and Industries adopted rules that updated the conversion factors and maximum daily fees for certain professional health care services for injured workers.
The Division of Workers' Compensation informally proposed rules relating to various notice, service, and reporting requirements imposed upon insurance companies with regard to accident prevention services provided to policyholders.
The Workers' Compensation Division issued a bulletin regarding self-insured base rates and election of method used for determination of premium.
The Bureau of Workers' Compensation proposed a new rule regarding retroactive medical treatment reimbursement requests.
The Workers' Compensation Commission proposed to amend a regulation regarding attorney's fees.
The Office of Workers' Compensation updated regulations regarding the health care payment system.
The Division of Workers' Compensation informally proposed new rules that implement laws that create a medical quality review panel.
The Workers' Compensation Division issued a draft of revised e-billing rules.
The Workers' Compensation Commission updated the medical protocols for treatment of injuries to the lumbar spine and cervical spine.
The Bureau of Workers' Compensation proposed amendments to the vocational rehabilitation provider fee schedule.
The Division of Workers' Compensation proposed regulations providing for the assessment of administrative penalties for workers' compensation information system reporting violations.
The Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Court adopted amendments to its rule regarding eye impairments.
The Department of Consumer and Business Services, Insurance Division proposed amendments to the workers' compensation premium audit and classification notice rules.
The Division of Workers' Compensation approved a new maximum compensation benefit rate, which will go into effect on July 1.
Remote workers, exclusive remedy challenges, and Medicare set-asides are among the issues in this year's Legal track.
The Workers' Compensation Board intends to adopt the use of the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Edition on a timetable consistent with Medicare and Medicaid.
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