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Hanover –> What the H*llover is Going On?

Nov 21, 2019

We have yet another tale of a payer flagrantly ignoring its duty to compliantly process provider bills for treatment of injured workers. This account of payer friction highli...

City of Los Angeles Neglects Its Duty

Nov 14, 2019

The City of Los Angeles (LA) is a self-insured, self-administered employer. This means that the city assumes all of the responsibilities of a claims administrator to complian...

New York & the CMS-1500: The Big Day Approaches, But When?

Oct 15, 2019

The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) is in love. The regulatory body fell hard for the CMS-1500 (sometimes called a ‘HCFA’), and is currently moving toward a ...

Fresno USD Fails to Comply with Electronic Billing Regulations

Sep 17, 2019

For providers treating injured workers, electronic billing is by far the best billing option. For claims administrators in California, it’s not optional at all; accepting ele...

NonCompliant CNA, Crum & Forster, County of San Diego - Electronic EORs Not Optional

Aug 8, 2019

As California continues its transition to fully paperless workers’ comp billing and payment, some claims administrators have apparently decided to follow their own regulation...

CorVel Crash: Security Breach Leads to System-Wide Shutdown

Jul 31, 2019

A security incident led workers’ comp claims administrator CorVel to shut down systems nationwide last week, prompting credible rumors of a ransomware attack. As of th...

Virginia Workers' Comp Enters New Century

Jun 27, 2019

The Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission (VWCC), in its hundredth year of operation, will enter the 21st century as of next week. Effective July 1, 2019, the VWCC...

DaisyBill at RBMA Conference

Apr 15, 2019

If you’re attending the 2019 RBMA conference this week in Colorado Springs, visit us at Booth 204. The annual meeting of the Radiology Business Management Association ...

2018 Average Days to Payment for Facility Bills

Mar 12, 2019

Last year, for facility bills submitted through DaisyBill payment was received, on average, in 17 days for the top 20 California workers’ comp claims administrators. U...

2018 Average Days to Payment for Interpreter & Copy Services

Mar 5, 2019

Last year, more than 107,000 interpreter and copy service bills were processed by DaisyBill. The top 20 claims administrators took an average of 10 business days to process t...

2018 Average Days to Payment for Medical-Legal Services

Feb 27, 2019

In 2018, for California medical-legal bills submitted using DaisyBill software, the average processing time is 13 business days to receive payment for the top 20 claims admin...

2018 Average Days to Payment for Medical Treatment Bills

Feb 22, 2019

In 2018, for California medical treatment bills submitted using DaisyBill software, the average processing time is 11 days for the top 20 claims administrators by volume. We’...

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