To remedy the situation the governor signed into law in 2004 legislation that, according to Alex Swedlow, executive vice president for the California Workers' Compensation Institute, sought to improve patient care "by requiring the use of medical utilization standards that incorporated scientific, evidence-based peer-reviewed standards of medical care, as well as a 24-visit cap on physical therapy and chiropractic care.
What does CWCI stand for?
CWCI stands for California Workers' Compensation Institute
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- Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing
- Canadian Worker Co-Operative Federation
- Central West Conservation Farming Association (Australia; Conservation Agriculture and No-Till Farming Association subsidiary)
- Colorado West Central Fire Training Association
- California Wildfire Coordinating Group
- Colorado Wildlife Conservation Grant (Colorado Division of Wildlife)
- Columbia Willamette Compensation Group (Canby, OR)
- Cool Water Coal Gasification Program (US)
- Center for Watershed and Community Health (Oregon)
- Carmi-White County High School (Carmi, IL)
- Conference, Workshop and Cultural Initiative Fund (EU)
- Center for Women and Children in Crisis (Utah)
- Call Waiting/Caller ID
- Credit Where Credit Is Due
- China Workers' Center for International Exchange (Beijing, China; est. 1984)
- Crow Wing County Jail (Minnesota)
- Chicago's Windy City Jitterbug Club
- Cake Wars Competitive League (Mineplex Competitive League)
- Canadian Winter Carp League (Canada)
- Canary Wharf Contractors Limited (UK)
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The Division of Workers' Compensation has approved revisions to the California Workers' Compensation Institute pamphlet, "Facts About Workers' Compensation," which employers and insurers use to meet the statutory requirement to provide information on workers' compensation to all new employees.
Alex Swedlow, who runs analytics at the California Workers' Compensation Institute, says, "Rural access is a known national problem that goes beyond workers' comp's ability to solve in isolation.
The California Workers' Compensation Institute calculated that drugs sold this way--"repackaged"--cost on average of four or five times as much as the same meds bought at the drugstore.