St. Paul, MN – The Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) recently announced that in light of challenges facing the external stakeholder community – attorneys, health care providers, insurers, rehabilitation providers and others – it has made the decision to delay the launch of its new workers’ compensation claims portal, Work Comp Campus, until Nov. 2.
This decision was made in response to direct feedback from DLI stakeholders that continue to be impacted by COVID-19 and require additional time to ensure their organizations are prepared for the business and technology transformation brought by the Campus implementation.
“We stand by the WCMP team members who have spent the past two years designing, developing and testing Campus,” said Roslyn Robertson, DLI temporary commissioner. “We feel confident the system is ready to integrate into the stakeholder community. We will use this additional time to support our stakeholders through their business readiness plans, provide additional training and continue stakeholder engagement.”
As an immediate next step, DLI will engage with its entire stakeholder community during the next few weeks to gather additional feedback and build business readiness plans to ensure a successful transition to Campus on Nov. 2.
Notice of the extension of implementation can be viewed on DLI’s EDI web page.
Source: MN DLI