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Undisputed workers' compensation medical bills are due within 30 days of receipt in Kansas.

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Kansas

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30 days

Kansas Workers’ Compensation Laws and Regulations

Kansas Workers’ Compensation Laws and Regulations 

Rule

Kansas Workers’ Compensation Laws and Regulations PDF 

Rule Text

44-510j (a)(1) The employer or carrier shall notify the service provider within 30 days of receipt of the bill of the specific reason for refusing payment or adjusting the bill. Such notice shall inform the service provider that additional information may be submitted with the bill and reconsideration of the bill may be requested.  

(2) If a provider sends a bill to such employer or carrier and receives no response within 30 days as allowed in subsection (a) and if a provider sends a second bill and receives no response within 60 days of the date the provider sent the first bill, the provider may apply for an informal hearing before the director.

(3) Payments shall not be delayed beyond 60 days for any amounts not in dispute. Acceptance by any provider of a payment amount which is less than the full amount charged for the services shall not affect the right to have a review of the claim for the outstanding or remaining amounts.

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