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Division of Workers' Compensation
The Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC) monitors the administration of workers' compensation claims, and provides administrative and judicial services to assist in resolving disputes that arise in connection with claims for workers' compensation benefits.DWC's mission is to minimize the adverse impact of work-related injuries on California employees and employers.
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Senate Bill 863 was signed into law by Governor Brown on Sept. 18, 2012. The bill makes wide-ranging changes to California’s workers' compensation system, including increased benefits to injured workers and cost-saving efficiencies.
Workers' compensation programs and units
- Audit Unit
- Disability Evaluation Unit
- Electronic data exchange system (EDEX)
- Electronic Adjudication Management System (EAMS)
- Information & Assistance Unit
- Labor-management (carve-out) agreements
- Medical Unit
- DWC Posts Adjustment to Official Medical Fee Schedule (Pathology and Clinical Laboratory Section)
- DWC Posts Adjustments to Official Medical Fee Schedule (Physician Services / Non-Physician Practitioner Services)
- DWC Posts Proposed “Guideline for the Use of Opioids to Treat Work-Related Injuries” to Online Forum for Public Comment
- DWC Issues 15-Day Notice of Modification to Proposed Hospital Outpatient Departments and Ambulatory Surgical Centers (HOPD/ASC) Fee Schedule Regulations
- DWC Announces Changes to Panel QME Request Process to Comply with Navarro v. City of Montebello
- DWC Posts Adjustments to Official Medical Fee Schedule (DMEPOS and Physician Services/Non-Physician Practitioner Services)