Medicare Secondary Payer Conditional Payment Forum Q&A

Ryan Weiner, Esq., COO of MASSIVE and long-time authority on liability, no-fault, and workers’ compensation conditional payments, presented at the virtual 6th Annual Medicare Secondary Payer Conditional Payment Forum on July 12. Ryan discussed conditional payments resolution in no-fault claims and received the following questions during the presentation.   Question: “Do Medicare Advantage Organizations act…

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Avoiding Multiple and Duplicate Medicare Files

Medicare can and will open multiple files for a plaintiff’s motor vehicle accident case or workers’ compensation case. In those scenarios, that process is usually correct. In turn, Medicare might open multiple files for a plaintiff’s medical malpractice or other liability case. In this scenario, we think Medicare’s file is probably a duplicate. How do…

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Lien Resolution & MSP Compliance CLE *register today*

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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New York’s Work Comp: New Settlement Rules

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Future Medical Allocations As of March 2, 2020, New York has instituted a new indemnification policy for Workers’ Compensation cases. This change will make future medical allocations more important in order to obtain Workers’ Compensation Board approval. While the policy still requires New York Work Comp attorneys to enter into settlement agreements under specific Section 32…

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