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Informational documents regarding our new and recodified
regulations are provided for use as a courtesy of the
Commission. This includes an UNOFFICIAL version of the
regulations. The Code of Maryland Regulations is
Note, however, that the printed
COMAR continues to be the only official and enforceable
version of COMAR.
View these documents on our
Regulatory Changes page.
Important CMS-1500 form
version 02/2012 Notice -|
April 1, 2014: Payers
will begin to receive and process paper claims submitted
ONLY on the revised CMS-1500 form (version 02/2012).
To view the SAMPLE CMS-1500 revised form -
For additional resource information from the
National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC) web site, select
from the links below.
Submitters of the form should follow up with
their specific payer(s) regarding their transition
timeline and any other payer specific inquiries.
Older versions of the
form will no longer be accepted.
Effective October 1, 2013, an
employer that fails to secure compensation (workers'
compensation insurance) for all covered employees may be
subject to a penalty not to exceed $10,000. See Labor &
(Labor and Employment 9-407 Failure to Insure).
General questions regarding this law change may be
directed to the Insurance, Compliance and Reporting
Division via email
email@example.com or 410-864-5278.
Please be advised that the Commission does not dispense
Final Action is taken on the proposed regulatory
changes and recodifications resultant our Regulatory
Review; these are effective March 3, 2014. Please see our
Regulatory Changes page for details.|
New Public Claim Data Inquiry and Vocational
Rehabilitation Online Services security enhancements are
effective Wednesday, February 26, 2014. Use of these
resources will require entry of text to match a visual
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information please see