CMS Publishes Webinar Questions and Answers Confirming Indemnity Only Settlements Not Reportable


The Questions and Answers from the August 13, 2020, webinar on Section 111 reporting are now available HERE. As discussed on our previous article on the webinar, CMS confirmed in the Question and Answer session that indemnity only settlements do not need to be reported, despite previous conflicting statements from CMS in teleconferences on Section 111 reporting. The release of the webinar Questions and Answers provides the first published guidance from CMS confirming that indemnity only settlements do not need to be reported.


Our article discussing the webinar is available HERE. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about the webinar and Section 111 reporting.


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