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News & Updates

  • DOL posts 2013 OWCP medical fee schedule. There are significant changes in fee schedule reimbursement for some services such as an MRI of the knee. The reimbursement for an MRI of the knee was reduced over 35% in the 2013 fee schedule. Anyone managing longshore claims or with longshore claims exposure should confirm their bill auditor is now using the updated fee schedule.
  • CMS updates WCMSA policy to reflect Medicare Part D coverage of benzodiazepines and barbituates in 2013. Effective June 1, 2013, all Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside proposals submitted to CMS for a review of the adequacy of the proposal amount are to include the pricing of benzodiazepines and barbiturates, where appropriate.
  • According to CWCI study claims with physician-dispensed repackaged drugs averaged 17% more in paid medical benefits, 13.1% higher indemnity payments, and also involved longer periods of disability, stretching the number of paid TD days by 8.9% when compared to claims without physician-dispensed repackaged drugs.


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CCSI is a privately held, employee-owned company located in Dallas, TX. We are the leading third party administrator (TPA) for federal workers’ compensation in the United States. We have been providing TPA services to Federal Agencies, Cities, Municipalities, and State governments since 1991.

Our core competencies provide us with a competitive edge and allow us to manage all aspects of workers’ compensation case management internally. Our clients receive significant benefit from all required disciplines being represented by our employees. We do not outsource any aspect of claims management. Our adjusters, nurses, legal, and accounting experts are all “in-house” employees.

Our Specialties Include

United States Longshore & Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (USL&H) and its Extensions

Workers' Compensation and Cost Containment