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Feb 2011

House Moves One Workers' Comp Bill Out Of Committee

One of three significant workers' compensation reform bills in the Washington state House of Representatives made it out of committee. However, there are indications that stakeholders are continuing to negotiate provisions of two bills that did not emerge from committee.
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Study Suggest Spinal Fusions Ineffective

The medical journal Spine published an article Tuesday that adds to a growing body of evidence questioning the effectiveness of spinal fusion surgery.
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Deadline Approaches For Claims Administrator Tracking Account

Washington's Department of Labor & Industry (L&I), in moving forward with plans to implement a web-based claims administrator tracking system, is asking self-insurance claims administrators to create a Secure Access Washington (SAW) account before Feb. 25.
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Average L&I Premiums To Increase More Than 12%

Most Washington state employers will see a much larger increase in workers' compensation rates than the 12% average increase officially adopted as a permanent rule, the Department of Labor & Industries said in a summary of the rules change released on Tuesday.
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