Changes in L&I payments to health-care and vocational providers

Watch for two envelopes

Beginning January 4, 2014, your L&I payment for services to injured workers or crime victims will be mailed separately from your L&I remittance advice that describes in detail what you're being paid for.

Note your L&I remittance advice number

Your payment will come with an attachment that includes the number of your L&I remittance advice. You will need this number to track L&I’s explanation for your payment, so be sure to note it. Don’t know where to look? Check out a sample payment stub.

Direct deposits will become available in early 2014

You will be able to sign up for the convenience of direct deposits of your L&I payments into the checking account of your choice. Watch for your application form in the mail early next year.

Why am I receiving 2 envelopes instead of 1?

Your payment will be printed by a different agency (the Department of Enterprise Services), while L&I will continue to print the remittance advice.

Printing payments through the Department of Enterprise Services is the first phase of a statewide effort to improve government efficiency. The next phase will make direct deposits available.

Get your remittance advice online

An electronic remittance advice will reduce paper — and you will always know where to find your payment records. An electronic remittance advice is available as part of L&I’s Provider Express Billing (PEB).

Questions?

Call the Provider Hotline at 800-848-0811.

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