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May 16, 2024 · Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs Team
As a result of DEA plans to reclassify marijuana from a Schedule I to a Schedule III drug, more states may decide to reimburse injured workers for its prescribed use and include it in their workers’ comp fee schedules. Clients are advised to follow future developments of this initiative on the federal and state level. Read more...
May 13, 2024 · Medicare Insights Team
On April 16, 2024, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) hosted a webinar to discuss Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Asides (WCMSAs) and Civil Money Penalty (CMP) impacts. Our latest blog gives a recap of the webinar and the follow up Q&A session held on April 25. Read more...
May 07, 2024 · Clinical Team
On May 4, 2024, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported that Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc (Breckenridge) issued a retail level recall of duloxetine delayed-release capsules. Read more...
May 01, 2024 · Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs Team
California updates work comp opioid guidelines; Kentucky expands the definition for “physician” in work comp; Wisconsin work comp fee schedule bills fail; Pennsylvania continues to deliberate AWP issue; Louisiana Legislature considers work comp. fee schedules; Texas clarifies pharmacy first fill and reviews work comp. reimbursement rules; Alabama wants to add a Parkinson’s disability benefit presumption for firefighters. Read more...
April 25, 2024 · Clinical Team
Although topical lidocaine is often prescribed to relieve pain for many injured persons, there are still risks associated with using lidocaine products. Overuse and overapplication of such products may lead to seizures, irregular heartbeat, and breathing difficulties. Injured persons are strongly advised to carefully read medication labels and consult with their healthcare providers (including pharmacists) about using topical analgesics as well as any other over-the-counter or prescription medications they take. Read more...
April 17, 2024 · Medicare Insights Team
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released an updated Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside (WCMSA) Reference Guide Read more...
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