Nev. Admin. Code § 616C.055 - Reports required
Current through August 4, 2021
NRS 616A.400, 616C.265
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NAC 616C.055 Reports required. (NRS 616A.400, 616C.265)
1. Each employer who elects to provide accident benefits pursuant to NRS 616C.265 shall submit the following reports for all injuries:
(a) An employer’s report of an industrial injury, on a form approved by the Administrator. This report is due within 6 working days after the date of notice of the injury or the occupational disease.
(b) An employee’s claim for compensation and a physician’s or chiropractor’s report of initial treatment, on a form approved by the Administrator. This report is due within 5 days after initial treatment.
(c) Upon request, copies of all bills from providers of medical care itemizing the services rendered.
2. The following reports must be submitted upon request:
(a) A copy of the physician’s operative report covering surgery performed.
(b) Copies of all reports of medical consultation requested by the treating physician or chiropractor or the employer.
(c) A copy of the hospital’s report of the employee’s discharge.
3. The following reports are required on a scheduled basis:
(a) A monthly report prepared by the treating physician or chiropractor during the period of disability. The report must contain a narrative summary of the condition of the injured employee, his or her progress, and the physician’s or chiropractor’s plan of future treatment and prognosis. The report is due on or before the 10th day of each month following the month in which the treatment or evaluation is rendered.
(b) Annually, on July 1, a copy of the current document which advises the employee of his or her rights to accident benefits as a result of industrial injury or occupational disease and the procedures which the employee is to follow to obtain those accident benefits.
4. The employer shall submit all reports required by this section to the Administrator and the insurer of the employer.
5. All determinations regarding compensation must be made by the insurer.
[Industrial Comm’n, No. 32.040, eff. 10-13-77] — (NAC A by Div. of Industrial Insurance Regulation, 10-26-83; 2-22-88; A by Div. of Industrial Relations by R098-98, 12-18-98)