Frequently Asked Questions
Dangerous Devices and DMEPOS Billing
For California workers' comp billing, the only DMEPOS that require invoices are dangerous devices.
The definition of dangerous device is set forth in California Business and Professions Code Section 4022:
The DME fee schedule allows for documented paid costs when reimbursing for dangerous devices as referenced in statute 5307.1.
Per Statute 5307.1 reimbursement for dangerous devices shall not exceed either:
- The amount allowed per the fee schedule; or
- 120% of the documented paid cost, not to exceed more than 100 percent of the documented paid plus $250.
California Labor Codes
California Code of Regulations (CCR)
Division of Workers’ Compensation Websites
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