CorVel helps reduce workers’ compensation costs through immediate intervention, claims management, medical treatment plans, return to work programs, medical bill review, preferred provider savings and patient management. Our cost containment solutions are based on a simple formula that combines industry leading bill review, case management expertise and a national PPO built for the casualty market. Each innovation offers Mississippi employers improved return to work outcomes and industry leading savings.
CorVel specializes in applying advanced communication and information technology to improve disability management for Mississippi employers. Our proprietary solutions can be tailored to your specific state risk management program. We also offer a Safety Management Program to decrease risk for workplace injuries. Our program begins with an in depth safety and risk assessment of your organization to identify and prioritize safety hazards. We provide extensive onsite training for hazard identification, job safety and accident investigation.
As a service to our clients, CorVel is providing links to information related to the COVID-19 pandemic provided by the states.
Legislature Status: Session suspended indefinitely.
- April 14, 2020 – The Governor announced that schools in Mississippi will remain closed for the rest of the school year.
- April 10, 2020 – The Governor signed an Executive Order restricting all non-essential elective surgeries and medical procedures.
- April 10, 2020 – The Governor signed an Executive Order which creates additional protections from civil liability for healthcare workers and facilities assisting outside their normal operations in response to this public health emergency.
- HB 1647 Authorizes local governmental entities and local school districts to grant administrative leave with pay to the employees of those local governmental entities and local school districts in the event of certain disasters or emergencies. Enacted.
- HCR 65 Extends the 2020 regular session of the legislature for a period of thirty days from the final day of the one hundred twenty five day session to a specified date; authorizes the house and senate to adjourn for more than three days; provides that they shall reconvene on a specified date, unless the speaker and lieutenant governor jointly determine that it is not necessary to reconvene; authorizes the speaker and lieutenant governor to reconvene the house and senate before or after a specified date. Adopted.
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