Join us tomorrow as we partner with Ametros & WILG to learn* about solutions in claims resolution, MSP compliance, and professional administration. *CLE Credit available in selected states. Topics will include: • New Requirements in Medicare Consent to Release Forms: Beginning on April 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will require…

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do you need an msa

The General “Requirements” of an LMSA: A Technical Review Medicare Set-Asides (“MSA”) cannot exist without Medicare’s right to reimbursement first being stated in the law. Those rights arise from the Medicare Secondary Payer Statute, 42 U.S.C. § 1395y(b)(2) (“MSP”) and 42 C.F.R. 411 et. seq. Then we must note that, MSP regulations and Centers for…

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Trostle v Medicare

Trostle v. Medicare Part III This is the third and final part in our case study on Trostle v. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. We initially explained the underlying lawsuit, Medicare’s lien, and Mr. Trostle’s attempts to fight the lien arguing detrimental reliance in Part I. Then, we dove into the more recent case…

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Please remember Medicare liens for what it considers No-Fault and Workers’ Compensation files may not change for a few days. Performant Recovery, Inc. officially takes over tomorrow, February 8, 2018; however, CGI is handing off all data beginning today, February 7, 2018. All CRC files will re-start processing (mail, faxes, etc.) on Monday, February 12, 2018.…

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As we’ve previously discussed, Medicare’s CRC contractor is changing from CGI to Performant Recovery, Inc. on February 8, 2018. The CRC is having three days of what it is calling it’s, “Dark Days” from February 7 thru 9, 2018. What does this mean? Medicare No-Fault and Workers’ Compensation files will be accessible, but, no additional…

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As proud Gold Level Advocates of WILG, we are excited to contribute to this collaborative group dedicated to success! Managing Partner Todd Franklin and Director of Business Development Ahmad Zeki will be presenting to the WILG members at the Annual Convention October 16-18, 2017 in Florida. The topic will be ‘Medicare Set-Asides: What They Do and Do…

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            CMS has awarded its massive Workers’ Compensation Review Contractor (WCRC) for a whopping $60,759,236.00 to Capitol Bridge, LLC.  This contract is nearly $12,000,000 larger than that awarded to Provider Resources, Inc. for the 2011 contract (PRI’s contract award was initially for approximately $24,000,000.00; however, that amount doubled to $48,000,000.00…

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As the new exclusive partner of the Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG), Massive is excited to be a part of the Annual Conference September 26-28, 2016 in AZ! Massive offers Workers Comp attorneys the expertise and efficiency needed when determining Medicare Set-Aside Opinion Letters, Medical Cost Projections, MSA’s, Life Care Planning and more! Massive also offers Personal Injury attorneys the most…

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