Medicare Set-Aside

An advocacy-driven approach to compliance

An ISO Claims Partners Medicare Set-Aside helps you comply with Medicare requirements and drive the most important thing — settlement of the claim.

Background
The Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) statute charges the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) with protecting Medicare’s “future interests” in cases involving Medicare beneficiaries or potential beneficiaries.

Although the law doesn’t specify a compliance method for addressing Medicare’s interests, CMS recommends the Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) as the preferred method for allocating money to pay for future treatment.

Since introduction of the MSA in 2001, the process and the CMS requirements have become more complex and technical. The MSA is not — and never has been — simply a medical cost projection. Rather, effective MSA practice calls for a combined medical-legal approach to identify issues and make sure you pay only for what is necessary — and nothing more. Early on, ISO Claims Partners recognized and pioneered that approach.

The ISO Claims Partners approach
ISO Claims Partners serves you by analyzing each case and designing an MSA that fits the facts of your particular claim. In each case, ISO Claims Partners advocates for your rights.

That unique approach drives savings, ensures compliance, and helps expedite settlements. We guide you through the process and look for ways to save you money every step of the way.

For the past decade, ISO Claims Partners has seen and successfully met every change and challenge in the MSA process — offering you peace of mind about your MSA compliance obligations. Simply, when it comes to MSAs, advocacy, experience, and competence count.

ISO Claims Partners offers a variety of MSA and allocation services to meet your specific situation, and we look forward to showing you the ISO Claims Partners difference.

For more information about ISO Claims Partners Medicare compliance services

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