MAPping Out a Course – An Article by Heather Sanderson

08 Oct 2018 Heather Sanderson No Comments

About Franco Signor, Medicare Advantage Part C

Primary plans must consider best practices as courts rule in favor of MAPs recovering double damages. Read Full Article from CLM Magazine 

Blog, Medicare Jurisdiction, Medicare Set Aside

As of October 1, 2018, both the Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) User Guide and Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside (WCMSA) Reference Guide have been updated with minor changes. The updated NGHP User Guide can be found here and the updated WCMSA Reference Guide can be found here. Below are summaries of the changes in both of the Guides: NGHP User Guide: …
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Blog, Medicare Advantage Part C, Trial Practice

Recall MSP Recovery LLC, a law firm out of Miami, Florida that has been initiating numerous class action litigation country-wide as assignees on behalf of Medicare Advantage Plans (MAPs) alleging that various primary payers have failed to reimburse MAP conditional payments allegedly giving rise to a Private Cause of Action under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP), specifically located at …
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Humana is continuing on its mission to establish precedent across the country regarding Medicare Advantage Plans’ (MAPs) ability to pursue a Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) double damages private cause of action against primary plans that fail to reimburse conditional payments. Just filed is an action by Humana against Bi-Lo, LLC, a grocery retailer, in the U.S. District Court for the …
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Blog, Legal/Legislative News, Medicare Advantage Part C, Medicare Jurisdiction, Medicare Secondary Payer News

Reprinted from the Morning Consultant In health policy, the minutia is not trivial; it’s essential. Small incentives created by policymakers can have a significant impact upon how Medicare beneficiaries, doctors, hospitals and insurers respond to health care claims. But sometimes policies — even the most well-intentioned — can have unintended consequences, leading to wasted resources, burdensome regulations and broken promises …
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Blog, Medicare Reporting Section 111, ORM

In our oversight of numerous MMSEA Section 111 programs nationwide, we frequently answer many questions from clients surrounding Ongoing Responsibility for Medical (ORM). The confusion is understandable as ORM can be complicated. Let’s explore the various types of questions that we most often receive: What constitutes ORM? CMS defines ORM as a Responsible Reporting Entity (RRE)’s responsibility to pay for …
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