COHE Forms & Resource Links
An efficient job aid for providers, support staff, medical records, billing and administrators as a quick glance guide describing each step of the Occupational Health Best Practices in a clinic setting.
An efficient job aid for providers, support staff, medical records, billing and administrators as a quick glance guide describing each step of the Occupational Health Best Practices in a ED setting.
As a part of the Healthy Worker 2020 Initiative, Washington State Labor and Industries (L&I) will soon be implementing new best practices. L&I is designing new occupational health best practices that span the full period of an injured worker's recovery with the goal to:
- Encourage the early use of active care with a focus on clinically meaningful improvement in function.
- Provide an innovative collaborative approach, with opportunities to improve the workers functional outcomes and streamline care delivery.
The APF is to be completed by the COHE provider on initial and follow-up visit when the injured worker has not returned to full duty. Completion of this form allows COHE providers to receive enhanced fees using billing code 1073M.
Providers use the checklist as a guide to assist in evaluation of patients who are at risk of long term disability, on time loss, or when a light duty Return-to-Work (RTW) attempt was not successful.
A helpful reference for for medical providers interested in more resources about Return to Work best practices.
An L&I form to be completed by employer of record to describe tasks and physical demands for restricted/modified duty jobs to facilitate return-to-work. Provider completes second page when presented by employer, employer representative, claim manager or vocational rehabilitation counselor.
This form is to be completed and faxed to the COHE office as a statement of interest in MDs, DOs, DCs, ARNPs and PACs that would like to participate in COHE.
Official website of the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. Access information regarding all aspects of the Department for businesses, workers and medical providers, including locating a provider approved in the Medical Provider Network, FileFast, ordering L&I forms and completing forms online.
Secure Access Washington is a single sign-on application gateway that allows you to access multiple online government services including Claims and Accounts Center to review injured worker claims.