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Expert Insight into the Latest News & Updates for Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance
That can? It’s still getting kicked. Earlier this week the White House Office of Management and Budget updated the timeline on the release of regulations
Baltimore U.S. Attorney Nabs Another Plaintiff’s Firm: Obtains $91,000 Settlement to Resolve Allegations a Firm Failed to Reimburse Medicare
As you may recall, we have been down this road before with a different Baltimore law firm and a Pennsylvania practitioner. Standard operating procedure when settling a personal
Late on Tuesday October 29th the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid released an update, version 3.0 to its WCMSA Reference Guide (Guide). The new version of
Once again insurers and self-insured employers have been hit with a substantial amount of new paperwork from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Question: Annie, in ExamWorks’ last webinar, Marty and Christie discussed CMS’ updated guidance for cases that don’t meet review thresholds. I’ve heard from some people that
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that the California Insurance Guaranty Association (CIGA) is not a “primary payer under the Medicare Act’s secondary
Earlier today, The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the addition of an Open Debt Report function to the Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSPRP).
This week we are starting a new feature to highlight practical ways to resolve critical Medicare Secondary Payer compliance questions. Annie Davidson (and occasionally other
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