Except in preliminary hearings conducted under K.S.A. 44-534a and amendments thereto, no report of any examination of any employee by a health
care provider, as provided for in the workers compensation act and no certificate
issued or given by the health care provider making such examination, shall be competent
evidence in any proceeding for the determining or collection of compensation unless
supported by the testimony of such health care provider, if this testimony is admissible,
and shall not be competent evidence in any case where testimony of such health care
provider is not admissible.
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