Workers Comp

Home > Tools You Can Use > Topics > Insurers > Workers Comp You Can Use:Topics:Insurers:Workers Comp <p><span lang="EN">The Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has </span><a href=""><span lang="EN">reported</span></a><span lang="EN"> an <strong>increase in average weekly wage of 1.7 percent</strong> from 2016. This increase is effective for medical treatment rendered on and after Jan. 1, 2017.</span></p><p><span lang="EN">Physicians and practices can find the 2017 Workers’ Compensation Fee Schedule for Medicare Part B clinicians online </span><a href=""><span lang="EN">here</span></a><span lang="EN">. </span></p> Supreme Court Rules on Workers’ Compensation Case Involving Impairment Rating Evaluations<p>​A Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision issued on June 20, 2017, drastically changes how workers’ compensation is handled in Pennsylvania.</p>’ Comp Average Weekly Wage Up 1.7 Percent in 2017, Boosting Provider Fees <p>​<span lang="EN">The 2017 Workers' Compensation Fee Schedule is now available online. </span><span lang="EN"></span></p> WCHow to Save Time and Money by eBilling Workers’ Comp ClaimsElectronic billing of workers’ compensation claims decreases administrative costs, reduces the time it takes to submit bills, and helps you get paid faster.Practice Administrators;#