Super & Licatesi is closely monitoring the information available to us relating to the COVID-19 outbreak. We are making every effort to protect the well-being of all concerned and maintain our ability to provide exceptional client service while protecting the health and safety of our clients and employees.
At this moment our offices are fully operational and we are able to conduct business in the usual course. To reduce the risk of exposure, S&L has canceled non-essential business travel for our personnel, appear at our Court and Arbitration Hearings by video conference or teleconference when possible, reduced the amount of visitors coming into our offices, and has eliminated attendance at large events. We are monitoring the CDC guidelines daily and have advised employees to work remotely if they have been exposed to or are at high risk of developing the Coronavirus. In addition, we have instructed all employees not to come to the office or any client location if they are not feeling we...
Effective April 1, 2019, the New 2018 New York Workers’ Compensation Fee Schedule will go into effect. On February 6, 2019, the NYS Department of Financial Services (DFS) issued an Emergency Amendment to Regulation 68 delaying the roll-out of the changes for New York No Fault.
This resulted in the following action:
Only specific ground rules will become applicable to No-Fault providers on April 1, 2019.
The increased reimbursement rates for medical services will not be implemented until October 1, 2020.
The new fee schedule can be purchased from the official publisher here: https://www.optum360coding.com/Product/48505/
The New York Workers’ Compensation fee schedule has traditionally applied to the New York State No-Fault system by operation of Insurance Regulation 83.
The recent changes in the new No Fault fee schedule have caused concern to No-Fault practitioners throughout New York State. The Department of Financial Services has issued an emergency a...