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Drew Parker

Deputy General Counsel

Chasity O'Steen

Deputy General Counsel

Gregory Venz









DFS Rule Hearings & Workshops and Notices of Public Meetings

Generic Agenda for rulemaking workshops or hearings .

Revised: 5/20/2015.  Please note that hearings have only been scheduled, not requested, unless otherwise noted.

Rule No. 69L-7
Rule Title Workers’ Compensation Medical Reimbursement and Utilization Review
Date June 2, 2015
Time 9:30 A.M.
Place Room 102, Hartman Building, Hartman Building, 2012 Capital Circle Southeast, Tallahassee
Type Hearing
Summary of Rule The proposed rulemaking represents a substantial rewrite and reorganization of existing Rule 69L-7.710, F.A.C., which is divided into five rule sections. The rulemaking also incorporates and adopts the ICD-10 medical code sets for use in conjunction with the Florida Medical EDI Implementation Guide (“MEIG”). The proposed rules also include revised billing forms and accompanying instructions.
Attorney Fijman
Contact Division of Workers’ Compensation
Bureau of Monitoring and Audit
Pamela Macon (850)413-1708 or
Pamela.Macon@myfloridacfo.com
Rule No. 69L-8
Rule Title Selected Materials Incorporated by Reference
Date June 2, 2015
Time Immediately following the 9:30 AM hearing of Rule Chapter 69L-7, F.A.C.
Place Room 102, Hartman Building, Hartman Building, 2012 Capital Circle Southeast, Tallahassee
Type Hearing
Summary of Rule The proposed rules reorganize incorporated materials that are utilized in conjunction with DWC medical reimbursement manuals and throughout Rule Chapter 69L-7, F.A.C., entitled, “Workers’ Compensation Medical Reimbursement and Utilization Review.”
Attorney Fijman
Contact Division of Workers’ Compensation
Bureau of Monitoring and Audit
Pamela Macon (850)413-1708 or
Pamela.Macon@myfloridacfo.com
Rule No. 69L-6.015
69L-6.025
Rule Title Record Maintenance and Production Requirements for Employers
Conditional Release of Stop-Work Order and Periodic Payment Agreement
Date June 16, 2015
Time 10:00 AM
Place 102 Hartman Building, 2012 Capital Circle Southeast, Tallahassee, Florida
Type Hearing
Summary of Rule Proposed Rule 69L-6.015, F.A.C., reduces the business record retention period requirements for employers under Florida’s Workers’ Compensation law to a period consisting of an employer’s two, rather than three, years of employment activity. Proposed Rule 69L-6.025, F.A.C., modifies the terms and conditions under which the Department’s Division of Workers’ Compensation is authorized to issue an Agreed Order of Conditional Release from Stop-Work Order to employers who violate Chapter 440, F.S., as well as the circumstances  under which such orders will be reinstated and rescinded. The proposed rule also incorporates a new form, and revises existing forms.
Attorney Fijman
Contact Division of Workers’ Compensation
Bureau of Compliance
Robin Delaney (850)413-1775 or
Robin.Delaney@myfloridacfo.com
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