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Interpretive Services Appointment Record

This form is used when an interpreter is appointed to interpret for an injured worker during their medical visits.

When ordering, there is a limit of 4 pads, or 100 copies total. Fax your request to the L&I Warehouse at 360-902-4525 or email whsemail@Lni.wa.gov   Include the following in your request: Your name, mailing address, and telephone number and form number F245-056-000.



Form
F245-056-000
 
Statement for Miscellaneous Services

This bill form is used by providers and injured workers to bill the department for services such as dental care; glasses; medical equipment; nursing home services; interpreter services; services workers pay for out of pocket; and other services. Information on how to bill the department can be found in the General Provider Billing Manual [F248-100-000].

 



Form
F245-072-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Submission of Provider Credentials for Interpretive Services

Used to apply as a interpretive service provider and to show what language(s) you hold credentials for. F248-011-000 Provider Application and Notice is added to this form.



Form
F245-055-000
 
Non-Network Provider Application

Includes the F248-036-000 Statewide Payee Registration and W-9 form. For providers to complete that do not want to become a Labor and Industries network provider, or for a specialty that L&I is not accepting network applications for at this time. If you are applying to be a Labor and Industries network provider, please complete application process at www.ProviderNetwork.Lni.wa.gov



Form
F248-011-000
 





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