|IMPORTANT NOTE: In case of an emergency, seek treatment immediately from the most convenient medical facility. Emergency treatment is not limited to the network providers by the QHP program. Always report injuries to your supervisor as soon as possible and follow ABX Air company policy for on-the-job injuries/illnesses.|
Ohio Provider Directory
This directory contains the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the doctors, hospitals, and alternative providers who have contracted with the Ohio Comp Network (OCN) to provide care for ABX Air employees in the event of a work-related injury or illness.
Any provider who has been certified by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is eligible to treat injured workers. While we have taken great care to make this directory complete and accurate, oversights can occur. Provider contracts also might become effective or end after the printing of this directory. If you need to locate an Ohio provider in a county not listed below, or if the provider you are looking for is not listed, please contact the Workers’ Compensation Department at ABX Air, Inc.
Click on the county below for the provider list you wish to see.
If you are uncertain about the county, the physicians' specialty, the physicians within a specialty, or the county the physicians are in, please check out the following:
Specialty to Provider Cross reference
Provider to Specialty Cross reference
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Non-Ohio Provider Directory
Click on the link to your state below to:
For any state not listed, or for areas outside the United States, please contact the Workers’ Compensation Department at ABX Air, Inc.
What is my claim number?
ABX Air is a self-insured company. We use your date of injury as an internal claim number; however, if you miss over seven days of work due to the on the job injury a number will be issued by the Bureau of Workers' Compensation.
Will I get paid for my time off?
If an injured worker loses eight or more calendar days as a result of an approved work-related injury, ABX Air will pay compensation for lost wages from that point forward.
If an injured worker loses 14 or more consecutive calendar days from ABX Air due to an approved claim, ABX Air will pay from the first day missed.
Are there any programs available to assist me back
to full duty?
The following programs are available to assist you in a safe return to work:
What is a Qualified Health Plan?
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has certified ABX Air, Inc. to participate in the Qualified Health Plan System (QHP) as part of its self-insured workers’ compensation program. ABX Air, Inc. is permitted to develop a QHP based on legislation that became effective October 20, 1993 which created a comprehensive managed care program tailored specifically for Ohio’s system of workers’ compensation.
In the event of a work-related injury, please follow ABX Air company policy for reporting injuries. You should receive a Qualified Health Plan Identification Card from your supervisor when you are injured. This card is to be shown to the healthcare provider or facility each time you receive treatment related to your injury. This card also allows you to receive prescription medication related to your injury. You are to show this card to your pharmacist when filling a prescription.
You must first seek medical treatment from a provider (doctor, therapist or other health care professional) that is on the panel of ABX Air, Inc. QHP. These providers will expedite the best treatment possible. A list of providers is available on this web site (see below). Hard copies of the provider list may be requested by returning a request form [13kb PDF] to the Workers' Compensation Department. Please keep this information for future reference in the event of injury. If you are dissatisfied with the health care services of a provider in the QHP, you must notify the QHP in writing of your selections of another provider within the QHP and the reasons for the change. If you choose a Bureau-certified provider outside the QHP, you must also notify the QHP in writing with the reasons for the change and the QHP will provide notice to the Bureau of Workers’ compensation as required. If a provider is chosen for medical care that is not BWC-certified, you may be required to pay this provider out of pocket rather than the company as part of the workers’ compensation claim. Medical management of all injured workers; claims covered under the QHP will be provided by the QHP, whether medical services are provided within or out of the QHP network of providers.
How do you appeal a denial of a C-9 treatment
As required by the self-insured medical management process, ABX Air provides for up to two levels of dispute resolution, both of which must be concluded within a 30-day period. The provider, employee or their representative, or employer or their representative for the first and second level of review may file a dispute. [read the full Medical Dispute Resolution Process 9kb PDF]
How do I keep my injury private?
As required by Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, ABX Air will maintain a separate log for privacy cases. If you do not wish your name to be listed on the standard OSHA log, check the Confidentiality box under the description section on the ABX AIR, Inc. Supervisor's Accident Investigation form.
There are certain instances where your name will automatically be removed from the log, they are:
If you have any further questions, please visit the OSHA website at osha.gov.
Definitions and Terminology
Ohio claims and first report of injury:
Judy Branham, (800) 736-3973 ext. 62388
or (937) 366-2388 Judy.Branham@abxair.com
Workers' Compensation Fax: (937) 366-3116
ABX Qualified Health Plan: (800) 736-3973 Ext. 62157
Prescription Processing Questions: Progressive Medical, (800) 996-5936
Billing Inquiries: Hunter Consulting, (800) 486-6652 Ext. 109
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