U.S Department of Labor
Office of Workers' Compensation Programs
Claim for Medical Reimbursement
Provide all information requested below. DO NOT FILL IN SHADED AREAS. Read the attached
information in order to ensure the submission of all required documentation. Maintain a copy of all
documentation for your records.
OMB No. 1240-0007
Expires: 09/30/2019
Last First M.I.
OWCP File Number
Street/P.O. Box/Apt No.
City State Zip Code
Telephone Number
Name of Doctor’s Office, Hospital, Pharmacy or Medical Supply Company where expense was incurred. (A separate OWCP-915 must
be filed for each provider)
Description of Charge (Medical appointment,
name of prescription drug, description of
medical product/ supply)
Date of Service (MM/DD/YYYY)
From To
Amount Paid by
Have you included Proof of
Payment for each item?
Total Reimbursement
I certify that the information above is correct and that the reimbursement requested is for expenses paid by me for the treatment of my
covered condition. I am aware that any person who knowingly makes any false statement or misrepresentation to obtain reimbursement
from OWCP is subject to civil penalties and/or criminal prosecution.
I authorize any provider named above to release information to the US Department of Labor, OWCP if necessary for the proper
adjudication of this claim.
Signature ____________________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________
OWCP-915 (Rev. 12-07)
• This form is to be used to seek reimbursement for out of pocket medical expenses pertaining to the treatment of an accepted
condition. Form OWCP-915 can be used to seek reimbursement for expenses in regard to medical treatment, prescription medication
and medical supplies.
• Please submit a separate reimbursement claim for each provider where an out of pocket expense was incurred.
• Please print clearly and legibly. Reference your OWCP file number on all documentation. Maintain a copy of the completed OWCP-
915 and supporting documentation for your records.
Prescription Medication
1. Completed OWCP-915
2. A paper pharmacy billingform, which must be attached to the OWCP-915 and must include the following information:
a. Name, address and telephone number of pharmacy
b. Pharmacy provider number
c. Prescription number
d. Name of claimant
e. Date of purchase
f. Eleven Digit National Drug Code (NDC#)
g. New prescription or refill number
h. Quantity of medication (e.g. # of pills or ml/cc)
i. Amount paid by employee per medication
3. Proof of payment (can include cash receipt, cancelled check or credit card slip)
Medical Expense other than prescription medication
1. Completed OWCP-915
2. Physicians and other health care providers (i.e. physical therapists) must complete Form OWCP-1500. Hospitals and other facilities,
such as ambulatory surgical centers, skilled nursing facilities, etc. must submit their bills on Form OWCP-04. Every form must be
completed in its entirety in the same manner as bills submitted by the provider directly to OWCP. The amount paid by the claimant
must be indicated. The OWCP-1500 or OWCP-04 must be attached to this form. It is the responsibility of the person submitting
a claim for reimbursement to obtain a completed OWCP-1500 or OWCP-04 from the provider rendering service. Without a fully
completed OWCP-1500 or OWCP-04, the OWCP is not able to process a reimbursement.
3. Proof of payment (can include cash receipt, cancelled check or credit card slip)
Do not use Form OWCP-915 to submit a claim for travel reimbursement. Claims for travel reimbursement should be submitted on Form
Public Burden Statement
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 10 minutes per response, including time for reviewing
instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of
information. If you have any comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect to this collection of information, including
suggestions for reducing this burden, send them to the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs, U.S. Department of Labor, Room
S3524, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210. Do not submit the completed claim form to this address. Persons are
not required to respond to this information collection unless it displays a currently valid OMB number.
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The Privacy Act of 1974, as amended (5 U.S.C. 552a) authorizes OWCP to ask you for information needed in the
administration of the FECA, Black Lung and EEOICPA programs. Authority to collect information is in 5 USC 8101
et seq., 30 USC 901 et seq., 38 USC 613, 42 USC 7384d, E.O. 9397 and E.O. 13179. The information we obtain
with this form is used to identify you and to determine your eligibility for reimbursement. It is also used to decide if
the services and supplies you received are covered by these programs and to ensure that proper payment is made.
There are no penalties for failure to supply information; however, failure to furnish information regarding the
medical service(s) received or the amount charged will prevent payment of the claim. The information may also be
given to other providers of services, carriers, intermediaries, medical review boards, health plans, and other
organizations or Federal agencies, for the effective administration of Federal provisions that require other third
party payers to pay primary to Federal programs, and as otherwise necessary to administer these programs. For
example, it may be necessary to disclose information about the benefits you have used to a hospital or doctor.
Additional disclosures are made through routine uses for information contained in systems of records. See
Department of Labor systems DOL/GOVT-1, DOL/ESA-6 and DOL/ESA-49 published in the Federal Register, Vol.
67, page 16816, Mon. April 8, 2002, or as updated and republished.
If you have a substantially limiting physical or mental impairment, Federal disability nondiscrimination law gives you
the right to receive help from OWCP in the form of communication assistance, accommodation and modification to
aid you in the claims process. For example, we will provide you with copies of documents in alternate formats,
communication services such as sign language interpretation, or other kinds of adjustments or changes to account
for the limitations of your disability. Please contact our office or your claims examiner to ask about this assistance.
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