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Workers Comp

jennie2223

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If you google your state w/c , it usually provides you with guidelines and a point of contact for the state board level to ask any questions.
 

shill4455

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Hello,

I am in Massachusetts and have been submitting claims to numerous workers comp carriers over the years. The one thing I found to be consistent is that all carriers want a copy of the medical note submitted with the claim. I am currently billing for a Neurology practice and we deal with a lot of W/C. Unless the claim is denied by the employer or in litigation, I usually receive payment without issue providing all documentation is included. Although the clearinghouse I use has the option to submit W/C electronically, I have not implemented it yet and still submit everything on paper.

I hope this helps!
 
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