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Warning: Do Not Accept Credit Cards as Payment

Feb 23, 2021

In the past we have written a number of posts (including one about Broadspire) warning providers to not accept credit card payments issued by payers such as claims administra...

Payer Defies Clear Law and Refuses to Send Electronic EORs

Feb 11, 2021

The California law regarding electronic explanations of review (EORs) is crystal clear and completely unambiguous -- at least to the vast majority of the workers’ comp commun...

Department of Labor: 2021 Electronic Billing Nirvana Continues

Jan 11, 2021

Welcome to 2021 and improved workers’ compensation e-billing. Recent data shows that providers continue to benefit from the electronic billing upgrades that the Department of...

AIG: 11,000+ Violations and Counting

Nov 12, 2020

Earlier this year, AIG Claims, Inc. (AIG) made the switch to Carisk as its workers’ compensation electronic clearinghouse. However, and unfortunately, this change had no impa...

Data PROVES Electronic Billing for Workers' Comp Works

Nov 10, 2020

COVID-19 and our recent elections highlight the flaws, delays, and increasing creakiness of the US postal system. In 2020, as mail fails, electronic bill transmission offers ...

Broadspire Employers: Audit Complaint Filed With DWC

Oct 21, 2020

In a recent article, Broadspire Defies CA Law and Denies Appeals Sent by Providers, we described Broadspires’ success in defying California workers’ comp laws without consequ...

WorkCompEDI: Clearinghouse Fails Claims Administrators

Oct 12, 2020

On Friday, DaisyBill took the unusual step of directly contacting dozens of California claims administrators. We wanted to enlist these organizations’ assistance to resolve a...

Dept of Labor Billing Utopia: e-Bills Processed in ONE Day

Oct 8, 2020

The new U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) electronic billing system is workers’ comp e-billing utopia. Earlier this year, the DOL replaced its designated clearinghouse wi...

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...

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