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01 Aug 2017 Jesse Hamby No Comments


If you were not able to join us for the live webinar event on Monday, July 31st, click here to visit our YouTube channel and check out: Franco Signor Special Webinar Presentation: Analyzing the Newly Announced Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) Amended Review Process

Legal/Legislative News, Medicare Jurisdiction, Medicare Set Aside, WCMSA

There are two recent updates which may impact workers’ compensation payers looking to finalize and foreclose future medical expenses and which additionally may impact claims that involve a Medicare Set-Aside (MSA). I. Arizona Passes Bill 1332 Allowing for Full and Final Settlement of Workers’ Compensation Claims Senate Bill 1332, signed into law by Governor Ducey on May 8, 2017 which …

Blog, Medicare Jurisdiction, Medicare Set Aside, WCMSA

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has followed through on their previously announced intent to expand their Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) Re-Review process. For our prior blog on CMS’ January announcement that it intended to expand its re-review process in 2017, click here. For those that need a refresher on CMS’ MSA Re-Review process, where an MSA is submitted …

The Grinding Gears of CMS Regulation

27 Jun 2017 John Williams No Comments

Blog, Franco Signor News, Legal/Legislative News, Medicare Conditional Payments, Medicare Reporting Section 111, Medicare Secondary Payer News, Medicare Set Aside

The Grinding Gears of CMS Regulation A CLM Magazine Article by John Williams and Heather Sanderson Personal Injury and No-Fault Payers Should be Aware of Three Compliance Issues  As the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) faces mounting pressure to address financial challenges, the agency is looking for methods to recover over-payments and ensure that it does not make a …

Blog, Legal/Legislative News, Medicare Reporting Section 111

In a decision out of the Superior Court of Connecticut, Silver v. Miliford Medical Center Associates, 2017 Conn. Super. LEXIS 899 (May 11, 2017), a defendant medical provider filed a motion to compel the Plaintiff to respond to supplemental discovery so that its insurer could comply with the requisite requirements of MMSEA Section 111. Essentially, the medical provider’s insurer, which …

About Franco Signor, Franco Signor News, Medicaid Third Party Liability Recoveries, Medicare Secondary Payer News

Medicare Advantage Plans, LMSA/NFMSAs, and Medicaid Recovery Rights: What’s on the Horizon?  Medicare Advantage plans are continuing to litigate nationwide to assert their rights to double damages for unreimbursed conditional payments. Class actions are being certified by MAOs to assert these rights against primary payers. CMS is taking steps announced plans toward establishing a voluntary review process for LMSAs and …

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