You Will Not Want to Miss this Free Medicare Secondary Payer Continuing Education Webinar!


Bringing It All Together: The Moving Components of Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance


During this webinar, attendees will have the unique opportunity to hear some of the country’s leading experts come together to discuss important Medicare Secondary Payer issues. Topics will include effective strategies for resolving workers' compensation and liability cases while complying with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act including pharmaceutical reviews, structured settlements and professional administration of Medicare Set-aside accounts. This webinar will be presented at no charge to attendees. Join attorneys Melisa C. Zwilling with Carr Allison and Paul Sighinolfi from Ametros, along with Alisa Hofmann with Arcadia Settlements Group and Jeff Carlisle with Carlisle & Associates for this dynamic one-hour presentation.


Insurance continuing education credit is currently available for the states of Alabama, California, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Texas and is pending approval in additional states. If you have questions, feel free to email Melisa at mzwilling@carrallison.com.


Date: March 25, 2021


Time: 1:00 central


To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5017901002363370767

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