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Workers comp seminar to be offered to health care providers, staff July 11

Source: Texas Department of Insurance Website Source: Texas Department of Insurance Website
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A free seminar will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 11 in the Texas Department of Transportation Training Center at 135 Slaton Rd. for medical office staff to discuss workers compensation.

The discussion is hosted by the Division of Worker's Compensation, a division of the Texas Department of Insurance. This will cover identifying a worker's compensation patient and verifying coverage, utilizing review, return-to-work, medical bill processing and fee guidelines, and processes for resolving disputes. 

Those who are interested are asked to register on TDI's website here. Any person who needs help registering is asked to contact Janice Pousson at janice.pousson@tdi.texas.gov or call 512-804-4685.

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