Wash. Admin. Code § 296-19A-098 - How often must written progress reports be submitted when plan development services are provided for state fund claims?

Current through Register Vol. 22-06, March 15, 2022

(1) The vocational rehabilitation provider must submit a written progress report to the department every thirty calendar days from the date of the electronic referral or upon request of the department.
(2) The first progress report must document the assigned vocational rehabilitation provider met with the worker in person and fully informed the worker of the return to work priorities in RCW 51.32.095(2) and his or her rights and responsibilities.
(3) All progress reports must summarize progress during the most recent reporting period and include the following:
(a) Description of the return to work goals explored, accepted or ruled out, including any jobs offered by the employer;
(b) Review of the return to work priorities being addressed;
(c) Summary of all actions taken, including progress on previously recommended actions;
(d) Description of the worker's participation in vocational activities and compliance with the responsibilities in WAC 296-19A-030(4).
(e) Identification and analysis of any barriers preventing completion of the referral; and
(f) Description of the specific actions the vocational rehabilitation provider intends to take to overcome barriers and the expected time frame to complete those actions.

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Wash. Admin. Code § 296-19A-098

Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020, 51.04.030, 51.32.095, 51.32.099 and 51.32.0991 (2007 c 72). 08-06-058, § 296-19A-098, filed 2/29/08, effective 3/31/08.

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