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Latest News:

In-person and Webinar training sessions are available to those interested in enrolling and using the Online System for Claims Administration Research/Regulations (OSCAR) scheduled to launch Nov. 30, 2018. All paper forms and judicial filings previously submitted by mail will instead be filed using the OSCAR system. Attorneys who represent claimants, employers or insurers in Kansas are required to enroll and use the OSCAR system to submit all judicial filings. Employers responsible for submitting elections, records requests, self-insurance information, in addition to users who want to view active case information related to their employer must also enroll in the OSCAR system. Insurers responsible for submitting annual paid loss reports, records requests and payments to the division, must also enroll in OSCAR. Claims Administrators and Third Party Administrators responsible for checking the statuses of submitted claims and view active case information related to these claims are also required to enroll in OSCAR. Register for in-person training or join a Webinar now!

Implementation of EDI Release 3.1
The Kansas Division of Workers Compensation will adopt the IAIABC Claims Release 3.1 Standard on November 29, 2018. The Kansas IAIABC R3.1 release date coincides with go-live of Kansas’ Online System for Claims Administration Research/Regulation (OSCAR).  Kansas EDI data will be integrated into OSCAR and some of the new requirements in claims 3.1 are needed to support OSCAR functionality and processes. Please click here for more information.

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