CorVel has provided workers’ compensation management services to Indiana employers for more than 30 years. Our approach is that all injured workers need quality healthcare and compassionate guidance from someone who is familiar with their case. CorVel provides personalized attention, along with the expertise needed to help speed return to work, while ensuring patients understand and follow treatment plans and get their questions answered quickly. All so that recovery can continue and life can get back on track.
Our comprehensive return to work program ensures collaboration and communication with all interested parties including the injured worker, employer, human resources, medical and safety teams, and healthcare providers. We use technology, compassionate case management for employees and cost containment measures, to give Indiana employers a superior program.
As a service to our clients, CorVel is providing links to information related to the COVID-19 pandemic provided by the states.
Indiana has released Coronavirus Info in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Legislature Status: Adjourned sine die on March 11.
- Indiana State Department of Health coronavirus resource page.
- April 14, 2020 – The Governor announced that the easing of restrictions and re-opening of certain sectors in Indiana will not happen all at once but will happen in waves.
- April 14, 2020 – The Governor announced that if a healthcare worker or a first responder has someone symptomatic in their home, they can have those people tested at ISDH drive-thru testing centers.
- April 13, 2020 – The Governor announced that the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) has secured commitments for more than 2.6 million pieces of PPE, with more than 1.9 million items being made by 15 Indiana manufacturers.
- April 13, 2020 – The Governor announced the following items at a press conference:
- He will revisit the state’s stay-at-home order on Friday, April 17th and adjust as necessary
- Indicated that models are demonstrating an upcoming surge of cases
- April 10, 2020 – The Governor announced a task force to plan, administer and account for federal relief funds the state of Indiana receives from the CARES Act.
- April 10, 2020 – The Governor signed an executive order to waive education requirements that cannot be met due to school buildings being closed.
- April 10, 2020 – The Governor announced the following items in a press conference:
- the Indiana Economic Relief and Recovery Team will plan, administer and account for relief funds for state and local government, businesses and individuals
- $2.4 billion from the U.S. Treasury Coronavirus Relief Fund will be used towards costs the state incurred from March-December 2020
- $500 million from the CARES Act will be allocated to K-12 and higher education programs
- 12,000 Indianans have joined the volunteer health care registry
Indiana Regulatory Updates 2/6/2023
HB 1298 – Worker’s Compensation
Issues: Workers’ Compensation (General)
This measure prohibits a contract, bid specification, or agreement that is entered into, issued, amended, or renewed after June 30, 2023, from containing a provision requiring an employer to have or maintain a specified experience rating.
Most Recent Update:
01/12/2023 – This measure has been referred to the House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee. The sponsor does not sit on the committee of referral. This measure is eligible for consideration in the committee of referral.
Indiana Compensation Website
Indiana Government Website