OBWC

AcronymDefinition
OBWCOhio Bureau of Workers' Compensation
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During its first year operating under the PowerSuite[R] system, OBWC created 122,000 claims, and processed 2.8 million medical invoices, 6.4 million policy transactions and made 1.1 million indemnity payments totaling $935 million.
Since its founding in 1912, the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (OBWC or BWC) has provided medical and compensation benefits for work-related injuries, diseases and deaths.
OBWC is the largest of four state-run workers' compensation systems in the United States where the state is the sole provider of workers' compensation insurance.
In 1998, an OBWC grant program provided $40,000 in funding if the facility added $10,000 to that amount.
"We maintain our actions were lawful and restitution is not warranted in this case," OBWC officials said.