§ 9789.11 Physician Services Rendered on or After July 1, 2004, but Before January 1, 2014
For physician services rendered from July 2004 through December 31st, 2013, regulations § 9789.10 and § 9789.11 affected reimbursements. After January 1st, 2014, the physician fee schedule changed to the RBRVS system. Here’s how to calculate reimbursements for the affected dates of service.
For services rendered before January 1st, 2014, section 9789.11 established the fee due for medical services provided by both physicians and non physicians. The DWC published these fees in Table A.
How do I find reimbursements for services rendered through December 31st, 2013?
To download Table A to locate the OMFS maximum reimbursement for services rendered through December 31st, 2013, follow the instructions below.
Step 1. Download Table A
Step 2. Find Procedure Code OMFS Maximum
When California passed SB 863, the calculations changed. For all dates of service rendered on or after January 1st, 2014, the DWC implemented an RBRVU-based Physician Fee Schedule.
To learn how to calculate reimbursements for services rendered after January 1st, 2014, refer to the regulations. Title 8, California Code of Regulations § 9789.12.2 sets forth the formulas for services other than anesthesia. Title 8, California Code of Regulations § 9789.18.1 sets forth the formulas for anesthesia services.
California Code of Regulations (CCR)
Division of Workers’ Compensation Websites
Technology is your friend when it comes to calculating correct fee schedule reimbursements. DaisyBill’s Work Comp Wizard makes determining accurate reimbursements quick and hassle-free for current AND past dates of service.
Sign up for the DaisyBill Work Comp Wizard and instantly start billing easier. Click below for a FREE three day trial and start easy calculations today.
Was this article helpful?
DaisyBill is a trusted authority on workers’ comp billing. Thousands of work comp professionals attend our webinars and state agencies and professional organizations turn to us for our expertise. We created this blog to help everyone involved in workers’ compensation; sharing news, tips, and data of interest to the community.
Drop us a line with any news you would like us to share or any issue that concerns you.