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Chapter 4.5. Division of Workers' Compensation
Subchapter 1. Administrative Director--Administrative Rules
Article 1.1. Workers' Compensation Information Systems

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§ 9702. Electronic Data Reporting.


(a) Each claims administrator shall transmit data elements, by electronic data interchange in the manner set forth in the California EDI Implementation Guide for First and Subsequent Reports of Injury and the California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records, to the WCIS by the dates specified in this section. Each claims administrator shall, at a minimum, provide complete, valid, accurate data for the data elements set forth in this section. The data elements required in subdivisions (b), (c), (d) and (e) are taken from California EDI Implementation Guide for First and Subsequent Reports of Injury and the California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records. Claims administrators shall only transmit the data elements that are set forth in the California EDI Implementation Guide for First and Subsequent Reports of Injury and the California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records. Each transmission of data elements shall include appropriate header and trailer records as set forth in the California EDI Implementation Guide for First and Subsequent Reports of Injury and the California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records.
(1) The Administrative Director, upon written request, may grant a claims administrator either a partial or total variance in reporting all or part of the data elements required pursuant to subdivision (e) of this section. Any variance granted by the Administrative Director under this subdivision shall be set forth in writing.
(A) A partial variance requested on the basis that the claims administrator is unable to transmit some of the required data elements to the WCIS shall be granted for a six month period only if all of the following are shown:
1. a documented showing that compliance with the reporting deadlines set forth in subdivision (e) would cause undue hardship to the claims administrator;
2. a documented showing that any medical data elements currently being transmitted by the claims administrator or the claims administrator's agent to public or private research or statistical entities shall be reported by the claims administrator to the WCIS; and
3. submission of a plan, prior to the applicable deadline set forth in subdivision (e), documenting the means by which the claims administrator will ensure full compliance with the data reporting within six months from the request.
(B) A partial variance requested on the basis that the claims administrator is unable to report some of the required data elements to the WCIS because the data elements are not available to the claims administrator or the claims administrator's agent shall be granted for a six month period only if all of the following are shown:
1. a documented showing that compliance with the reporting deadlines set forth in subdivision (e) would cause undue hardship to the claims administrator;
2. a documented showing that any medical data elements currently being transmitted by the claims administrator or the claims administrator's agent to public or private research or statistical entities shall be reported by the claims administrator to the WCIS;
3. a documented showing that the claims administrator will submit to the WCIS the medical data elements available to the claims administrator or the claims administrator's agents; and
4. submission of a plan, prior to the applicable deadline set forth in subdivision (e), documenting the means by which the claims administrator will ensure full compliance with the data reporting within six months from the request.
(C) A total variance shall be granted for a twelve month period if all of the following are shown:
1. a documented showing that compliance with the reporting deadlines set forth in subdivision (e) would cause undue hardship to the claims administrator;
2. a documented showing that the claims administrator has not contracted with a bill review company to review medical bills submitted by providers in its workers' compensation claims;
3. a documented showing that the claims administrator is unable to transmit medical data to public or private research or statistical entities; and
4. submission of a plan, prior to the applicable deadline set forth in subdivision (e), documenting the means by which the claims administrator will ensure full compliance with the data reporting within twelve months from the request.
(2) “Undue hardship” shall be determined based upon a review of the documentation submitted by the claims administrator. The documentation shall include: the claims administrator's total required expenses; the reporting cost per claim if transmitted in house; and the total cost per claim if reported by a vendor. The costs and expenses shall be itemized to reflect costs and expenses related to reporting the data elements listed in subdivision (e) only.
(3) The variance period for reporting data elements under subdivisions (a)(1)(A) and (B) shall not be extended. The variance period for reporting data elements under subdivision (a)(1)(C) may be extended for additional twelve month periods if the claims administrator resubmits a written request for a variance. A claims administrator granted a variance shall submit to the WCIS all data elements that were required to be submitted under subdivision (e) during the variance period except for data elements that were not known to the claims administrator, the claims administrator's agents, or not captured on the claims administrator's electronic data systems. The data shall be submitted in an electronic format acceptable to the Division.
(b) Each claims administrator shall submit to the WCIS on each claim, within ten (10) business days of knowledge of the claim, each of the following data elements known to the claims administrator:
Data Element Name
DN
ACCIDENT DESCRIPTION /CAUSE
38
CAUSE OF INJURY CODE
37
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR ADDRESS LINE 1
10
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR ADDRESS LINE 2
11
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR CITY
12
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR CLAIM NUMBER
15
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR POSTAL CODE
14
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR STATE
13
CLASS CODE (3)
59
DATE DISABILITY BEGAN
56
DATE LAST DAY WORKED
65
DATE OF HIRE (1)
61
DATE OF INJURY
31
DATE OF RETURN TO WORK
68
DATE REPORTED TO CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR
41
DATE REPORTED TO EMPLOYER
40
EMPLOYEE ADDRESS LINE 1 (1)
46
EMPLOYEE ADDRESS LINE 2 (1)
47
EMPLOYEE CITY (1)
48
EMPLOYEE DATE OF BIRTH
52
EMPLOYEE DATE OF DEATH
57
EMPLOYEE FIRST NAME
44
EMPLOYEE LAST NAME
43
EMPLOYEE MIDDLE INITIAL (1)
45
EMPLOYEE PHONE (1)
51
EMPLOYEE POSTAL CODE (1)
50
EMPLOYEE STATE (1)
49
EMPLOYER ADDRESS LINE 1
19
EMPLOYER ADDRESS LINE 2
20
EMPLOYER CITY
21
EMPLOYER FEIN
16
EMPLOYER NAME
18
EMPLOYER POSTAL CODE
23
EMPLOYER STATE
22
EMPLOYMENT STATUS CODE (1)
58
GENDER CODE
53
INDUSTRY CODE
25
INITIAL TREATMENT CODE
39
INSURED REPORT NUMBER
26
INSURER FEIN
6
INSURER NAME
7
JURISDICTION
4
MAINTENANCE TYPE CODE
2
MAINTENANCE TYPE CODE DATE
3
MARITAL STATUS CODE (2)
54
NATURE OF INJURY CODE
35
NUMBER OF DEPENDENTS (2)
55
OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION
60
PART OF BODY INJURED CODE
36
POLICY EFFECTIVE DATE
29
POLICY EXPIRATION DATE
30
POLICY NUMBER
28
POSTAL CODE OF INJURY SITE
33
SALARY CONTINUED INDICATOR
67
SELF INSURED INDICATOR
24
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (4)
42
THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATOR FEIN
8
THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATOR NAME
9
TIME OF INJURY
32
WAGE (1)
62
WAGE PERIOD (1)
63
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(1) Required only when provided to the claims administrator.
(2) Death Cases Only.
(3) Required for insured claims only; optional for self-insured claims.
(4) If the Social Security Number (DN 42) is not known, use a string of eight zeros followed by a six.
Data elements omitted under this subsection because they were not known by the claims administrator shall be submitted within sixty (60) days from the date of the first report under this subsection.
(c) Each transmission of data elements listed under subdivisions (b), (d), (e), (f), or (g) of this section shall also include the following elements for data linkage:
Data Element Name
DN
AGENCY/JURISDICTION CLAIM NUMBER (2)(3)(4)
5
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR CLAIM NUMBER (2)(3)(4)
15
DATE OF INJURY (3)
31
INSURER FEIN (4)
6
JURISDICTION (1)
4
MAINTENANCE TYPE CODE (1)
2
MAINTENANCE TYPE CODE DATE (1)
3
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (3)
42
THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATOR FEIN (4)
8
TRANSACTION SET ID (1)
1
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(1) Jurisdiction (DN 4), Maintenance Type Code (DN 2), Maintenance Type Code Date (DN 3), and Transaction Set ID (DN 1) are required for transmissions under subdivisions (b), (d), (f), and (g).
(2) The Agency/Jurisdiction Claim Number (DN 5) will be provided by WCIS upon receipt of the first report under subdivision (b). The Agency/Jurisdiction Claim Number (DN 5) is required when changing a Claim Administrator Claim Number (DN 15); it is optional for other transmissions under this subsection.
(3) The Date of Injury (DN 31), Social Security Number (DN 42), and Claim Administrator Claim Number (DN 15) need not be submitted if the Agency/Jurisdiction Claim Number (DN 5) accompanies the transmission, except for transmissions required under Subsection (f). If the Social Security Number (DN 42) is not known, use a string of eight zeros followed by a six.
(4) If the Agency/Jurisdiction Claim Number (DN 5) is not provided, trading partners must provide the Claim Administrator Claim Number (DN 15) and the Third Party Administrator FEIN (DN 8), or, if there is no third party administrator, the Insurer FEIN (DN 6).
(d) Each claims administrator shall submit to the WCIS within fifteen (15) business days the following data elements, whenever indemnity benefits of a particular type and amount are started, changed, suspended, restarted, stopped, delayed, or denied, or when a claim is closed or reopened, or when the claims administrator is notified of a change in employee representation. Submissions under this subsection are required only for claims with a date of injury on or after July 1, 2000, and shall not include data on routine payments made during the course of an uninterrupted period of indemnity benefits.
Data Element Name
DN
BENEFIT ADJUSTMENT CODE
92
BENEFIT ADJUSTMENT START DATE
94
BENEFIT ADJUSTMENT WEEKLY AMOUNT
93
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR POSTAL CODE
14
CLAIM STATUS
73
CLAIM TYPE
74
DATE DISABILITY BEGAN
56
DATE OF MAXIMUM MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT
70
DATE OF REPRESENTATION
76
DATE OF RETURN/RELEASE TO WORK
72
EMPLOYEE DATE OF DEATH
57
INSURED REPORT NUMBER
26
LATE REASON CODE
77
NUMBER OF BENEFIT ADJUSTMENTS
80
NUMBER OF DEATH DEPENDENT/PAYEE RELATIONSHIPS
82
NUMBER OF DEPENDENTS
55
NUMBER OF PAID TO DATE/REDUCED EARNINGS/
RECOVERIES
81
NUMBER OF PAYMENTS/ADJUSTMENTS
79
NUMBER OF PERMANENT IMPAIRMENTS
78
PAID TO DATE/ REDUCED EARNINGS/RECOVERIES
AMOUNT
96
PAID TO DATE/ REDUCED EARNINGS/RECOVERIES
CODE
95
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT CODE
85
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT DAYS PAID
91
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT END DATE
89
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT PAID TO DATE
86
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT START DATE
88
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT WEEKLY AMOUNT
87
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT WEEKS PAID
90
PERMANENT IMPAIRMENT BODY PART CODE (1)(2)
83
PERMANENT IMPAIRMENT PERCENTAGE (2)
84
RETURN TO WORK QUALIFIER
71
SALARY CONTINUED INDICATOR
67
WAGE
62
WAGE PERIOD
63
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(1) May use Code 90 (Multiple Body Parts) to reflect combined rating for any/all impairments.
(2) Use actual permanent disability rating at the time of initial payment of permanent disability benefits. For compromise and release cases and stipulated settlements, use permanent disability estimate as reported to the appropriate rating organization established under Insurance Code § 11750, et seq.
(e) On and after September 22, 2006, claims administrators handling one hundred and fifty (150) or more total claims per year shall submit to the WCIS on each claim with a date of service on or after September 22, 2006, the following data elements for all medical services for which the claims administrator has received a billing or other report of provided medical services. The California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records sets forth the specific California reporting requirements. The data elements required in this subdivision are taken from California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records and the IAIABC EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records. The claims administrator shall submit the data within ninety (90) calendar days of the medical bill payment or the date of the final determination that payment for billed medical services will be denied. Each claims administrator shall submit all medical lien lump sum payments or settlements following the filing of a lien claim for the payment of such medical services pursuant to Labor Code sections 4903 and 4903.1 within ninety (90) calendar days of the medical lien lump sum payment or settlement. Each claims administrator shall transmit the data elements by electronic data interchange in the manner set forth in the California EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records and the IAIABC EDI Implementation Guide for Medical Bill Payment Records.
Data Element Name
DN
ACKNOWLEDGMENT TRANSACTION SET ID
110
ADMISSION DATE (17)
513
ADMITTING DIAGNOSIS CODE
535
APPLICATION ACKNOWLEDGMENT CODE
111
BASIS OF COST DETERMINATION CODE
564
BATCH CONTROL NUMBER
532
BILL ADJUSTMENT AMOUNT (17)
545
BILL ADJUSTMENT GROUP CODE (5)(17)
543
BILL ADJUSTMENT REASON CODE (17)
544
BILL ADJUSTMENT UNITS (17)
546
BILL SUBMISSION REASON CODE
508
BILLING FORMAT CODE
503
BILLING PROVIDER FEIN
629
BILLING PROVIDER LAST/GROUP NAME
528
BILLING PROVIDER NATIONAL PROVIDER ID (17)
634
BILLING PROVIDER POSTAL CODE
542
BILLING PROVIDER PRIMARY SPECIALTY CODE (4)
537
BILLING PROVIDER STATE LICENSE NUMBER (4)(7)
630
BILLING PROVIDER UNIQUE BILL IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
523
BILLING TYPE CODE (17)
502
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR CLAIM NUMBER
15
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR FEIN
187
CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR NAME
188
CONTRACT TYPE CODE
515
DATE INSURER PAID BILL (9)(11)
512
DATE INSURER RECEIVED BILL (12)
511
DATE OF BILL (17)
510
DATE OF INJURY
31
DATE PROCESSED
108
DATE TRANSMISSION SENT
100
DAYS/UNITS BILLED (17)
554
DAYS/UNITS CODE (17)
553
DIAGNOSIS POINTER
557
DISCHARGE DATE (17)
514
DISPENSE AS WRITTEN CODE
562
DME BILLING FREQUENCY CODE
567
DRG CODE
518
DRUG NAME
563
DRUGS/SUPPLIES BILLED AMOUNT
572
DRUGS/SUPPLIES DISPENSING FEE
579
DRUGS/SUPPLIES NUMBER OF DAYS
571
DRUGS/SUPPLIES QUANTITY DISPENSED
570
ELEMENT ERROR NUMBER
116
ELEMENT NUMBER
115
EMPLOYEE FIRST NAME
44
EMPLOYEE LAST NAME
43
EMPLOYEE MIDDLE NAME/INITIAL
45
EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT VISA
152
EMPLOYEE GREEN CARD
153
EMPLOYEE PASSPORT NUMBER
156
EMPLOYEE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (10)
42
FACILITY CODE
504
FACILITY FEIN
679
FACILITY MEDICARE NUMBER
681
FACILITY NAME (17)
678
FACILITY NATIONAL PROVIDER ID (17)
682
FACILITY POSTAL CODE (17)
688
FACILITY STATE LICENSE NUMBER (7)
680
HCPCS BILL PROCEDURE CODE
737
HCPCS LINE PROCEDURE BILLED CODE
714
HCPCS LINE PROCEDURE PAID CODE
726
HCPCS MODIFIER BILLED CODE
717
HCPCS MODIFIER PAID CODE
727
HCPCS PRINCIPLE PROCEDURE BILLED CODE
626
ICD-9 CM DIAGNOSIS CODE
522
ICD-9 CM PRINCIPAL PROCEDURE CODE
525
ICD-9 CM PROCEDURE CODE
736
INSURER FEIN
6
INSURER NAME
7
INTERCHANGE VERSION ID
105
JURISDICTION CLAIM NUMBER
5
JURISDICTION MODIFIER BILLED CODE (8)(10)
718
JURISDICTION MODIFIER PAID CODE (8)
730
JURISDICTION PROCEDURE BILLED CODE (8)(13)(17)
715
JURISDICTION PROCEDURE PAID CODE (8)(9)(13)
729
LINE NUMBER (18)
547
MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATION FEIN (1)(17)
704
MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATION IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
208
MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATION NAME
209
MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATION POSTAL CODE
712
NDC BILLED CODE (17)
721
NDC PAID CODE
728
ORIGINAL TRANSMISSION DATE
102
ORIGINAL TRANSMISSION TIME
103
PLACE OF SERVICE BILL CODE (17)
555
PLACE OF SERVICE LINE CODE (17)
600
PRESCRIPTION BILL DATE
527
PRESCRIPTION LINE DATE
604
PRESCRIPTION LINE NUMBER
561
PRINCIPLE DIAGNOSIS CODE (17)
521
PRINCIPLE PROCEDURE DATE
550
PROCEDURE DATE
524
PROVIDER AGREEMENT CODE (3)
507
RECEIVER ID
99
REFERRING PROVIDER NATIONAL PROVIDER ID (17)
699
RELEASE OF INFORMATION CODE (17)
526
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER COUNTRY CODE (17)
657
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER FEIN
642
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER LAST/GROUP NAME
638
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER NATIONAL PROVIDER
ID (7)(17)
647
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER POSTAL CODE
656
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER PRIMARY SPECIALTY
CODE (17)
651
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER SPECIALTY LICENSE
NUMBER (7)
649
RENDERING BILL PROVIDER STATE LICENSE
NUMBER (7)(17)
643
RENDERING LINE PROVIDER NATIONAL PROVIDER
ID (7)(17)
592
RENDERING LINE PROVIDER FEIN
586
RENDERING LINE PROVIDER LAST/GROUP NAME (6)
589
RENDERING LINE PROVIDER POSTAL CODE
593
RENDERING LINE PROVIDER PRIMARY SPECIALTY
CODE (6)
595
RENDERING LINE PROVIDER STATE LICENSE
NUMBER (6)(7)
599
REPORTING PERIOD
615
REVENUE BILLED CODE
559
REVENUE PAID CODE
576
SENDER ID
98
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT AMOUNT (17)
733
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT GROUP CODE (5)(17)
731
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT REASON CODE (5)(17)
732
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT UNITS (17)
734
SERVICE BILL DATE(S) RANGE (14)
509
SERVICE LINE DATE(S) RANGE (9)(17)
605
SUPERVISING PROVIDER NATIONAL PROVIDER ID (17)
667
TEST/PRODUCTION INDICATOR
104
TIME PROCESSED
109
TIME TRANSMISSION SENT
101
TOTAL AMOUNT PAID PER BILL (2)(15)
516
TOTAL AMOUNT PAID PER LINE (2)(17)
574
TOTAL CHARGE PER BILL (16)
501
TOTAL CHARGE PER LINE - PURCHASE
566
TOTAL CHARGE PER LINE - RENTAL
565
TOTAL CHARGE PER LINE (17)
552
TRANSACTION TRACKING NUMBER
266
UNIQUE BILL ID NUMBER
500
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(1) For HCO claims use the FEIN of the sponsoring organization in DN 704.
(2) Not required on non-denied bills if amount paid equals amount charged.
(3) For MPN claims use code P “Participation Agreement”
(4) Does not apply if billing provider is an organization.
(5) Required if charged and paid amounts differ.
(6) Optional if rendering provider equals billing provider.
(7) To be provided if available. The National Provider Identifier is assigned by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ( “CMS”).
(8) Use codes that are either set forth and/or incorporated by reference in California Code of Regulations, title 8, section 9795, regarding reasonable fees for medical-legal expenses, and section 9789.11, regarding fees for physician services rendered after January 1, 2004.
(9) For payments made pursuant to California Code of Regulations, title 8, section 10536, the data edit date the insurer paid the bill (DN 512) must be >= date the insurer received the bill (Error Code 073 is waived to allow payment of services); the data edit service line date(s) range (DN 605) must be <= the current date (Error Code 041 is waived to allow payment of services).
(10) If the Employee is not a United States citizen and has no other form of identification (DN 153, DN 152, or DN 156), use either a string of eight zeros followed by a six or a string of nine consecutive nines.
(11) For medical lien lump sum payments or settlements use the date final payment was made.
(12) For medical lien lump sum payments or settlements use the date on the first medical bill received.
(13) Use the following codes for reporting a medical lien lump sum payment or settlement:
MDS10 Lump sum payment or settlement for multiple bills where the amount of reimbursement is in dispute between the claims payer and the healthcare provider.
MDO10 Final order or award of the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board requires a lump sum payment for multiple bills where the amount of reimbursement is in dispute between the claims payer and the healthcare provider
MDS11 Lump sum payment or settlement for multiple bills where liability for a claim was denied but finally accepted by the claims payer
MDO11 Final order or award of the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board requires a lump sum payment for multiple bills where claims payer is found to be liable for a claim which it had denied liability.
MDS21 Lump sum payment or settlement for a single medical bill where the amount of reimbursement is in dispute between the claims payer and the healthcare provider.
MDO21 Final order or award of the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board requires a lump sum payment for a single medical bill where the amount of reimbursement is in dispute between the claims payer and the healthcare provider.
(14) For a medical lien lump sum payment or settlement use the date of lien filing.
(15) For a medical lien lump sum payment or settlement use the settled or ordered amount.
(16) For a medical lien lump sum payment or settlement use the amount in dispute.
(17) Not required for a mixed medical lien lump sum payment or settlement.
(18) For a mixed bill medical lien lump sum payment or settlement assign a value = 00.
(f) Notwithstanding the requirement in Subsection (b) to submit data elements omitted from the first report within 60 days from the date of transmission of the first report, when a claims administrator becomes aware of an error or need to update data elements previously transmitted, or learns of information that was previously omitted, the claims administrator shall transmit the corrected, updated or omitted data to WCIS no later than the next submission of data for the affected claim.
(g) No later than January 31 of every year, claims administrators shall report for each claim the total paid in any payment category in the previous calendar year by submitting the following data elements:
Data Element Name
DN
PAID TO DATE/REDUCED EARNINGS/RECOVERIES AMOUNT
96
PAID TO DATE/REDUCED EARNINGS/RECOVERIES CODE
95
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT CODE
85
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT END DATE
89
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT PAID TO DATE
86
PAYMENT/ADJUSTMENT START DATE
88
(h) Final reports (MTC = FN) are required only for claims where indemnity benefits are paid. For medical-only claims, the final report may be reported under this section or on the annual report (MTC = AN) with claim status = “closed.”
(i)(1) A claims administrator's obligation to submit copies of benefit notices to the Administrative Director pursuant to Labor Code section 138.4 is satisfied upon written determination by the Administrative Director that the claims administrator has demonstrated the capability to submit complete, valid, and accurate data as required under subdivision (d) and continued compliance with that subsection.
(2) Reserved.
(3) On and after September 22, 2006, a claims administrator's obligation to submit an Annual Report of Inventory pursuant to California Code of Regulations, title 8, section 10104 is satisfied upon determination by the Administrative Director that the claims administrator has demonstrated the capability to submit complete, valid, and accurate data as required under subdivisions (b), (d), (e), and (g), and continued compliance with those subsections.
(j) The data submitted pursuant to this section shall not have any application to, nor be considered in, nor be admissible into, evidence in any personal injury or wrongful death action, except as between an employee and the employee's employer. Nothing in this subdivision shall be construed to expand access to information held in the WCIS beyond that authorized in California Code of Regulations, title 8, section 9703 and Labor Code section 138.7.
(k) Each claims administrator required to submit data under this section shall submit to the Administrative Director an EDI Trading Partner Profile at least thirty days prior to its first transmission of EDI data. Each claims administrator shall advise the Administrative Director of any subsequent changes and/or corrections made to the information provided in the EDI Trading Partner Profile by filing a corrected copy of the EDI Trading Partner Profile with the Administrative Director.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 133, 138.4, 138.6 and 138.7, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 138.4, 138.6 and 138.7, Labor Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 10-6-99; operative 11-5-99 (Register 99, No. 41).
2. Amendment filed 3-22-2006; operative 4-21-2006 (Register 2006, No. 12).
3. Amendment filed 11-15-2010; operative 11-15-2011 (Register 2010, No. 47).

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