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Workers' Compensation State Resources

State Regulations

State Regulations provide links to pertinent sections of each state workers’ compensation authority website, as well as answers to commonly asked questions regarding coverage of physical therapy services in workers’ compensation. If summary information is not available for your state, download the State Resource Guide listed below.

Hawaii Washington, D.C. Maryland Delaware New Jersey Connecticut Rhode Island Massachusetts New Hampshire Vermont West Virginia Maine New York Pennsylvania Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama Ohio Michigan Indiana Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Illinois Wisconsin Louisiana Arkansas Missouri Iowa Minnesota Texas Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Alaska New Mexico Arizona Colorado Wyoming Montana Utah Idaho Nevada California Oregon Washington Puerto Rico

State Resource Guide

The Workers' Compensation State Resource Guide contains the following information for each state, and the District of Columbia:

  • Links to the state workers’ compensation authority website;
  • Contact information;
  • Information about how to get state workers’ compensation news/updates;
  • Links to payment policies and fee schedules;
  • And other helpful links.

This content will be updated as additional resources are identified. Send a request to advocacy@apta.org if you have content suggestions or corrections.

Download the Workers’ Compensation State Resource Guide (.pdf)

Market Basket Comparison

The workers’ compensation market basket is the sum of maximum payment for 5 physical medicine procedure codes in an outpatient practice setting. It is developed for comparison purposes only. In no way is it intended to reflect how much a practitioner will be paid for any given date of service. Market basket data is provided for each state workers’ compensation fee schedule, for the Medicare fee schedule in that state, and is further reported as a percentage of Medicare for each state. National averages are also reported to enable states to compare to national averages.

View the Market Basket Comparison (.pdf)

Last Updated: 12/19/2012
Contact: advocacy@apta.org
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