SORM has contracted with the CompKey+ workers' compensation health care network to provide state employees who live in network service areas the opportunity for improved quality of care and help in returning to work as soon as medically appropriate.
The network service areas currently cover 85 percent of all state employees covered by the SORM program. The CompKey+ network only provides treatment for workers' compensation injuries. It is not a substitute for traditional group health care coverage.
Not all counties of the State are covered by the health care network (HCN). If an employee lives in a county not covered by the HCN, that employee is not subject to the requirements of the network. The map on this web page, along with a link to our website, will assist employees in determining if their county falls within the network.
Your employer will also provide you with an "Employee Network Notification Packet," either physically or electronically, which details the changes while answering many of the questions that may arise should you need to seek treatment for a work-related injury. Once you receive the packet, you will be asked to sign an acknowledgment that you have received the packet and to return the acknowledgment form to your employer. Don't worry about remembering all of the details in the packet. If you experience a workplace injury after the network has been implemented, you will receive another copy of the network notification packet. In addition, a copy of the packet is available to you anytime and will be posted with other notifications at your place of employment.
CompKey+ Network Service Areas
*Revised: October 6, 2011