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November 22, 2022
California's Division of Workers' Compensation Posts Additional Adjustments to Official Medical Fee Schedule (Hospital Outpatient Departments/Ambulatory Surgical Centers)

November 21, 2022
California's Division of Workers' Compensation issues Notice of Modification to Text of Proposed Action regarding Workers’ Compensation – Qualified Medical Evaluator Regulations

November 17, 2022
California Division of Workers' Compensation Announces Temporary Total Disability Rates for 2023

November 9, 2022
California Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC) Invites Stakeholders to Comment on Ideas to Improve the Workers’ Compensation System at December 6 In-Person Public Meeting

California's Division of Workers' Compensation Emergency Regulations for Medical-Legal Evaluations in Response to COVID-19 in Effect through January 16, 2023
By DIR/DWC Newsline and adjustercom editor Lonce Lamonte - October 19, 2022

The California Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) announces its emergency regulations 46.3 for medical-legal evaluations utilizing telehealth and office location flexibility resulting from various state and local public health safety measures related to COVID-19, which became effective on January 18, 2022 and was set to expire in October 18, 2022, has been extended until January 18, 2023.

This is DWC’s second and final re-adoption in accordance with Government Code section 11346.1(h).
The Division has commenced rulemaking to make this regulation permanent. These documents can be found on the DWC website.

These emergency regulations help injured workers and employers continue to move their workers’ compensation claims toward a resolution and avoid additional and undue delay by addressing how medical-legal evaluations may proceed during this emergency period.

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