2018 Workers' Compensation Provider Education Seminars

For information concerning any the following seminars, please contact the Provider Education Unit at 303.318.8754 or at cdle_dowc_provider_education@state.co.us.

Upcoming Seminars

Level I Accreditation:
September 14, 2018 - Denver
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Level II AccreditationPre-requisite: Level I Accreditation:
TBD

Level I Re-AccreditationPre-requisite: Level I Accreditation:
TBD

Level II Re-Accreditation: Pre-requisite: Level II Accreditation:
November 2 - 3, 2018 - Denver Tech Center
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Registration Links to Online or Home Study Accreditation Courses

  • Level I Accreditation: Per statute, MDs, DOs, chiropractors, dentists, podiatrists and PAs can be accredited, although we encourage all medical providers to participate. This course is designed to assist in understanding the administrative, legal and medical role in the Colorado Workers’ Compensation system. Initial accreditation spans a three year period and must be renewed every three years. For providers seeking accreditation, option of participation in a seminar with testing or home study with proctored testing is available.
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  • Level I Re-accreditation: This course is available to current Level I Accredited providers seeking re-accreditation, which is required every three (3) years.  The course updates providers with the Division of Workers’ Compensation rules, medical treatment guidelines and documentation standards. Option of participation in a seminar or online course is available.
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  • Level II Accreditation: Per statute, this course is offered for MDs and DOs and teaches participants how to perform impairment ratings using the American Medical Association Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 3rd Edition, revised. The course also gives an overview of the administrative, legal and medical aspects of the Colorado Workers’ Compensation system. Initial accreditation spans a three year period and must be renewed every three years. Option of participation in a seminar with testing or home study with proctored testing is available.
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  • Level II Re-accreditation: The Level II Re-Accreditation course is available to current Level II Accredited physicians who need to retain their Level II Accreditation status.  The course is required every three (3) years and reviews the medical treatment guideline updates, any Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation rule revisions and allows physicians to continue performing impairment ratings for injured workers. Option of participation in a seminar or online course is available. Per Rule 13-3, submission of three impairment rating reports to the Division is required as part of re-accreditation.
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