Report online - Electronic Injury Reporting.
Early, online reporting means better care for your patients and speeds up your payment process. Effective April 1, 2010, WCB will no longer pay for paper reports. All Alberta physicians, including contracted orthopaedic doctors, will only be paid a fee for reports submitted online or through a batch vendor.
The reports below must be submitted online through the electronic injury reporting system and can include consultation reports as attachments
Exemptions may be considered on an individual basis for those physicians meeting specific criteria. For more details on exemptions, contact Health Care Services.
WCB-Alberta and the Alberta Medical Association work together for the mutual benefit of injured workers, employers and physicians. A new contract was ratified in 2015 and is binding until March 31, 2019.
A focus of this contract is report timeliness. Reports that are filed quickly ensure workers get the WCB benefits they are entitled to sooner and the return-to-work planning can start –ensuring they can get their life back to normal and return to work. With the new contracts, there are three fee increments –same-day reports, on-time reports and late reports.
WCB fee schedule, Effective July 1, 2015 - Alberta physicians (pdf, 65KB)
WCB fee schedule, Effective October 1, 2014 - Alberta physicians (pdf, 262KB)
WCB Billing Rules and Fees (pdf, 310KB)
Physician's reference guide (pdf, 1.1 MB)
Our goal is to implement a reliable, effective and efficient program for orthopaedic surgeons to provide high-quality assessment and treatment to injured workers.
Visiting specialist clinics (VSCs) provide timely access to surgical consultations or surgeries by medical specialists with unique and widely recognized expertise, resulting in an injured worker’s optimum healing, medical rehabilitation and return to work where possible.
You can request WCB forms by using the forms requisition (forms will be mailed to you) or you can print a pdf version of the forms.