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Texas WC Fee Schedules

Updated 11/24/2020

Texas Workers’ Compensation Fee Schedules

Rules: Chapter 134 - Benefits - Guidelines for Medical Services, Charges, and Payments
SUBCHAPTER A. Medical Reimbursement Policies - Section 134.1 and Section 134.2
SUBCHAPTER C. Medical Fee Guidelines - Section 134.203 and Section 134.209 to 134.250

Conversion Factors for Workers' Compensation Medical Fee Guidelines

General Information for Medical Fee Guidelines 28 TAC ยงยง134.2, 134.203, and 134.204 

Medical Fee Guidelines Frequently Asked Questions

Medical Fee Guideline Training Module 

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