In Jorge Seijo v. Florida Detroit Diesel and Zurich American Insurance Company the authorized physician altered his office policy to require all services to be prepaid. He recommended surgery for claimant and required prepayment of $9,150.00. The E/C refused to prepay and offered claimant an alternate physician to perform the surgery. Claimant sought to compel the E/C to continue authorization of the original doctor, but the JCC noted the physician had not been deauthorized. Instead, the doctor simply refused to see claimant without prepayment. Under these circumstances, the JCC found case law precedent established the point as moot as the doctor remained authorized and the JCC had no authority to force a provider to treat a claimant.