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PDFWAC 296-31-067

When is concurrent treatment allowed?

(1) In some cases, treatment by more than one provider may be allowed by the crime victims compensation program. We may authorize concurrent treatment on an individual basis:
(a) If the accepted condition requires specialty or multidisciplinary care.
Individual and group counseling sessions given by more than one provider is not concurrent treatment.
(b) If we receive and approve your written request that contains:
(i) The name, address, discipline, and specialty of each provider requested to assist in treating the client;
(ii) An outline of each provider's responsibility in the case; and
(iii) An estimated length for the period of concurrent treatment.
(2) If we approve concurrent treatment, we will recognize one primary attending mental health treatment provider. That provider will be responsible for:
(a) Directing the overall treatment program for the client;
(b) Providing us with copies of all reports received from involved providers; and
(c) In wage loss cases, providing us with adequate evidence certifying the claimant's inability to work.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 7.68 RCW. WSR 12-23-085, § 296-31-067, filed 11/20/12, effective 1/1/13. Statutory Authority: RCW 7.68.030 and 51.04.030. WSR 99-20-031, § 296-31-067, filed 9/29/99, effective 11/1/99.]
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