We made some good progress in the SC Legislature yesterday morning. A Senate subcommittee carried over a regulation to give the state’s Workers’ Compensation Commission a free hand at changing the methodology used to determine compensation for specific medical providers. Two of the three Senators appeared to be leaning against the proposed regulatory change. The […]
No time to write this morning. Before noon I will have testified at 2 state Senate subcommittee meetings, held a press conference and met with two Senators—an unusually busy but important morning. The issues are these: 1. Protecting businesses from workers’ compensation premium increases by maintaining legislative oversight of the methods used to determine medical service compensation.