Carr Allison is pleased to sponsor a continuing education webinar series concerning Medicare Secondary Payer matters free of charge. Insurance credit is available in Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, North Carolina and Texas. We welcome you to attend some or all of the following webinars: Medicare Secondary Payer Conditional Payment Claim Guidance February 11, 2021 at 1:00 (central) https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5260688561705316622 Complying wit
During this free webinar, attorney Melisa C. Zwilling, will discuss the law, CMS guidance, current trends and other important topics concerning liability cases. Melisa is recognized for providing practical, cost-saving claims handling advice and making difficult topics easy to understand. In addition to hearing about many important issues concerning Medicare Compliance issues in liability cases, participants will have the opportunity to ask and receive answers to questions.
During this free webinar, attorney Melisa C. Zwilling, will discuss the law, current trends, recent cases and other important topics concerning Medicare conditional payment claim resolution. Melisa is recognized for providing practical, cost-saving claims handling advice and making difficult topics easy to understand. In addition to hearing about important issues concerning Medicare conditional payment claims resolution, participants will have the opportunity to ask and rec
Our firm will be presenting a webinar on Medicare Advantage Plans, Prescription Drug Plans and the new PAID Act which was just signed into law last month. The PAID Act will significantly impact how companies are able to handle and resolve Medicare Advantage Plan and Prescription Drug Plan claims in accordance with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act. After years of frustrated attempts at compliance amidst the looming threat of class action lawsuits, the PAID Act is a very welc
CMS recently released an updated Section 111 User Guide (Version 6.2) including the changes discussed below. Extension of $750.00 TPOC Threshold The User Guide reflects that the $750.00 TPOC reporting threshold continues to apply. For physical trauma-based liability cases, RREs are not required to report TPOC if the cumulative TPOC amount is $750.00 or less. For workers’ compensation and no-fault cases, RREs are not required to report TPOC if the cumulative TPOC amount is
As you know, CMS approval turnaround times have varied significantly over the years. You may remember the days of waiting months for a CMS decision on a given case. Fortunately, CMS appears to be in a much better place when it comes to reviewing Medicare Set-aside proposals. In fact, the average turnaround time in recent months has decreased to just a few weeks or less after submission! Of course, should CMS require additional documents to complete its review of the MSA pr
Plaintiff Kupolati slipped and fell outside of her condominium complex and filed a personal-injury lawsuit against Defendant Timber Creek Association. Kupolati v. Timber Creek Ass’n, 2021 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 7 (January 5, 2021). On the date of trial, parties reached an oral settlement agreement that, in exchange for $180,000, Plaintiff would sign a general release, waiving any claims against Defendant. When Defendant’s counsel prepared the general release for Plaintiff
During this free webinar we will be discussing this new law and other important topics concerning Medicare Advantage Plans, Prescription Drug Plans and the newly enacted Provide Accurate Information Directly (PAID) Act. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers. Continuing education credit is available for the states of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas and California. If credit is needed for another state, please email Melisa Zwilling at m