- South Carolina considers workers comp opt-out system
South Carolina legislators have introduced a bill that would allow employers to create alternative benefit plans for injured workers rather than providing traditional workers compensation insurance coverage for employees.
- Social media posts put brakes on man’s chronic fatigue fraud
An insurance cheat who claimed that illness had stopped him working was caught out by his social media posts detailing his hobby of modifying fast cars and driving them on the roads and racetracks of Cyprus.
- Earlier cash settlement doesn't reduce workers comp benefits
An employer can’t receive credit for the full amount of a lump-sum workers compensation settlement to lower the amount of benefits due to a former employee whose case was reopened, the Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled.
- Variability of specialty drug prices requires improved oversight
MINNEAPOLIS — With specialty drugs accounting for an ever-rising percentage of overall U.S.
- Pharmacy benefit manager acquires Medicare compliance unit
Helios, a Memphis, Tennessee-based pharmacy benefit management and settlement services firm, has acquired Ringler Medicare Solutions Inc., a Medicare Secondary Payer compliance unit, the companies announced in a statement.