-A A A+



Workers Compensation Annotate Time Management

Renaissance Tower - 1201 Elm Street, 23rd Floor, Suite 2300-B, Dallas, TX 75270
Telephone: (214) 653-7638 • Fax: (214) 653-7608


How do I annotate the employee’s time?

  • On the day of the injury, the time spent waiting for and receiving medical care because of the job related injury should be recorded as regular time worked.

  • If your employee is sent home, due to the injury, before the end of his/her shift, s/he should be paid as if the full shift had been worked.

  • Report and code the employee’s time using the Kronos time recording system, at least bi-weekly.

  • Time taken off for follow-up visits should be recorded as workers’ compensation 100, if law enforcement, or workers compensation 70, for non-law enforcement employees, and reported on a TWCC-6 form, which ensures that the employee will receive all qualifying worker compensation pay benefits.

  • While your employee is on workers’ compensation leave, JI Companies (Dallas County’s TPA) will insure he/she is paid properly, providing the employee submits his/her TWCC 73 in a timely manner and you submit TWCC-6 forms to the compensation section as required.

The My Texas Direct provider panel represents an exclusive group of medical providers that excel in treating injured workers and in returning them to productive duty in a timely manner.

A list of facilities approved for job related injuries, effective January 1, 2016.

Click on each form to download.

See Chapter 82, Article VIII