It is the public policy of the State of California that physicians and practitioners be encouraged to advocate for medically appropriate health for their patients.
(Business & Professional Code §510 and §2056)
DID YOU KNOW?
For all dates of injury occurring on or after January 1, 2018, emergency treatment services and medical treatment rendered for a body part or condition that is accepted as compensable by the employer and is addressed by the medical treatment utilization schedule adopted pursuant to Section 5307.7, by a member of the medical provider network or health care organization, or by a physician predesignated pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 4600, within the 30 days following the initial date of injury, shall be authorized without prospective utilization review, except as provided in subdivision (c).
To help healthcare professionals distinguish themselves with mastery of State Workers Compensation utilization review and prompt payment laws, ERN/The National Council of Reimbursement Advocacy has organized a hard-line and practical boot camp to explain how to challenge improper UR denials, untimely reimbursement, and bypass the State’s overextended WCAB process through DWC regulatory complaint filing.
Participants will learn how to fight:
- Timeframe authorization failures
- Negligent utilization reviews
- Improper non-physician medical reviews and denials
- No claim on file stall tactics
- Underpayments & unlawful silent PPO discounts
- Improper delays and denials of reimbursement
- Employer first aid payment failures and timeframes to appeal
- Independent medical reviews and MORE!
Public Tuition: $399.00 per person
NCRA Professional Tuition: $349.00 per person
TRAF Provider Tuition: $299.00 per person
NOW you can get the resources, training and legal muscle to avoid unnecessary claim delays and denials and aggressively challenge unfair claim settlement practices!
For one low price—just $399.00 per person—you’ll get: 1.) Hundreds of pages of informational and practical instructional materials 2.) Sample Letters, Affidavits, Case Study Workshops, Color Infographics and 3.) Denial Simulation Exercises.
Minimum of 10 attendees required.