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Physician assistants certification

Effective Jan. 2, 2008, physician assistants must certify to the Department of Consumer and Business Services director that they have reviewed and read certain informational materials provided by the Workers' Compensation Division, before they treat any patients with Oregon workers' compensation claims.

If you have not certified to the director and treat a patient with an Oregon workers' compensation claim on or after Jan. 2, 2008, the insurer will not have to pay for the services you provided.

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The required materials include:

Physician Assistants' guide to Oregon on-the-job injuries

An introduction to the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine's disability prevention guidelines titled, "Preventing Needless Work Disability by Helping People Stay Employed"

The Employer-at-Injury Program (return to work) information

After you have read the above materials, complete the "Statement of Certification" online form

Click here to view the list of authorized nurse practitioners and certified chiropractic physicians, naturopathic physicians, and physician assistants

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To order a complete packet of the informational materials, contact WCD publications
at 503-947-7627.


Questions? Contact us at 503-947-7606 or e-mail wcd.medicalquestions@state.or.us.