OAR 436-015 managed care organizations.

Cover of: OAR 436-015 |

Published by Dept. of Consumer and Business Services, Workers" Compensation Division in [Salem, Or.] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Managed care plans (Medical care) -- Law and legislation -- Oregon.

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Book details

Other titlesManaged care organizations.
ContributionsOregon. Workers" Compensation Division.
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. ;
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18173075M

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Coverage Responsibility of an MCO MCO-Insurer Contracts. Reporting Requirements for an MCO Record Keeping and Place of Business Commencement and Termination of Panel Providers Monitoring and Auditing. Come-along Providers Worker Exams. ATTORNEY FEES Authority for Adoption. Definitions.

General Principles. Attorney Retainer Agreement. Charge for Legal Services Must Be Authorized. Cost Bill Procedures; Assessed Attorney Fees When the Claimant Prevails in a Cost Bill Dispute. Attorney Fee Lien Procedures.

Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) Official compilation of rules and regulations having the force of law in Oregon. Oregon Blue Book The official state almanac and directory. Search Archival Records Online Searchable online archive of public records. Records Management Get help with training, review retention schedules and access storage options.

Rulemaking Advisory Committee Workers’ Compensation Division Rules, OAROregon Medical Fee and Payment OARMedical Services OARManaged Care Organizations Type of meeting: Rulemaking advisory committee Date, time, & place: Nov.

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