Anyone who has ever done a Google search on this topic soon discovers that every lawyer who has ever represented an employer seems to have written their own “Top (insert number here) List” of ways to avoid employee lawsuits. So, at the risk of seeming redundant (because it is), here are our Top Five
EDI release 3 is the computer-to-computer exchange of standard workers’ compensation data between companies and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. EDI standards were developed by the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC), in conjunction with its members from most U.S. jurisdictions, insurers, self-insureds, TPAs and others. The standards continue to be refined and are used by many jurisdictions as an electronic means to obtain information about work injuries and statuses.
Generally used within the workers’ compensation insurance community to exchange accident, payment, insurance and medical information, EDI permits the transfer of large volumes of information more efficiently and accurately than in paper form.