Workers Compensation

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The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL), Division of Workers Compensation is preparing to undergo a comprehensive information system modernization project over the next several years. This project will involve several core components, including electronic data interchange for claims and policy reporting, dispute workflows, document management, alternative dispute resolution processes and attorney electronic transactions and communications. The Division plans to launch a webpage dedicated to the status of this project in January or early February. Continue to monitor the Latest News for information about the project's current status and a link to the webpage.

Workers Compensation Coverage Verification Service Mobile Apps from National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI). NCCI has released mobile applications called "Workers Compensation Verification" (WCCV) which interfaces with the Kansas Division of Workers Compensation's Coverage Verification Service. The apps are now available free through the Apple® Store for iPhones, iPads and the Google store for Android© devices. See Verify Coverage for a link to a mobile app user guide.

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Applications and Research
Requests for records; filing for a hearing or settlement

Business and Accounting
Self-insurance; agency operations

Court of Administrative Law
Appeals Board
Judicial Section

Coverage and Compliance
Proof of coverage; compliance issues

Fraud and Abuse
Report fraud and/or abusive practices

Mediation — Alternative Dispute

Medical Services and Fee Schedule
Maximum fees; treatment guidelines; fee reporting; utilization review and bill review

Ombudsman/Claims Advisory
Injured worker and general public assistance, including what forms to file; employer services

Technology and Statistics
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Request Statistics

Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Referral to return-to-work services