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Chapter 4.5. Division of Workers' Compensation
Subchapter 1. Administrative Director - Administrative Rules
Article 12. Document Copy and Electronic Transaction Fees

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§ 9981. Bills for Copy Services.

(a) This article applies to services provided on and after the effective date of this article regardless of date of injury.
(b) Bills for copy services must specify services provided and include the provider tax identification number and professional photocopier registration number, county of registration, date of billing, case information including employee name, claim number, case number (if applicable), source information including type of records, date of service, description of services, and the number of pages produced.
(1) Bills for records may include billing codes. WC 020 is for Flat Fee of $180, WC 021 is for Cancelled Service of $75, WC 022 is for Certificate of No Record of $75, WC 023 is for Per Page Fee of .10 per page, WC 024 is for records from the Employment Development Department (EDD) of $20, WC 025 is for records from the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of $30, WC 026 is for an Additional Electronic Set of $5, WC 027 is for an Additional Electronic Set of $30, WC 028 is for Duplication of X-Ray or scan of $10.26, WC 029 is for CD of X-rays and scans of $3.
(2) Each bill for services must include a statement that there was no violation of Labor Code section 139.32 with respect to the services described.
Note: Authority cited: Section 5307.9, Labor Code. Reference: Section 5307.9, Labor Code, Section 22462, Business and Professions Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 4-30-2015; operative 7-1-2015 (Register 2015, No. 18).

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