When does the 30-day timely billing requirement take effect, and which specific services are subject to this requirement?

Senate Bill 1160 introduced sweeping reform to workers’ compensation. Here’s a close look at the 30-day timely billing requirement for some services.

Interpreting & Med-Legal Services Affected by SB 1160 and SB 1175

Senate Bills 1160 and 1175 introduced sweeping reform to workers’ compensation. Here’s a rundown of the biggest changes for interpreting and med-legal services.

Non-Contracted Providers and Denied Claims

When an insurance company denies your claim because you’re a non-contracted provider, we recommend that you submit a request for Second Review.

Senate Bill 1160 and Liens

Senate Bill 1160 introduced sweeping reform to workers’ compensation. Here’s a close look at the bill’s impact when you treat an applicant on a lien basis.

New and Outstanding Liens Under SB 1160

Senate Bill 1160 introduced sweeping reform to workers’ compensation. Three sections of SB 1160 amend current lien requirements.

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