Centers of Occupational Health & Education (COHE)

Providers

What does COHE mean to you, the provider?

  • Claim assistance from the COHE Health Services Coordinators.
  • Access to COHE Advisors, including specialists who agree to see injured workers or can answer your questions.
  • Training in occupational health best practices.
  • Assistance in implementing occupational health best practices in your office(s).
  • Incentives for implementing occupational health best practices.

What are occupational health best practices?

  • Submitting a complete Report of Accident (ROA) in 2 business days or less so that claims can be opened quickly.
  • Completing an Activity Prescription Form (APF) on the first office visit or when patient restrictions change so that you, the patient, their employer, and their claim manager are all on the same page.
  • Contacting an employer when patients have restrictions.
  • Contacting your Health Services Coordinator to assist with return-to-work plans.

Get a COHE Fee Schedule (for COHE enrolled providers only).

Providers can review claim details in the Claim and Account Center (CAC).

Find out more about what L&I has to offer medical providers.

How L&I develops occupational health best practices - view this short video.

Links used in this video:
www.Lni.wa.gov/ClaimsIns/Providers/ProjResearchComm/OHS

www.Lni.wa.gov/ClaimsIns/Providers/TreatingPatients/TreatGuide

www.lni.wa.gov/ClaimsIns/Providers/ProjResearchComm/IICAC

View our video about What is a COHE?

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