On 7/31, CMS released their new WCMSA Reference Guide. Learn what the changes outlined might mean for submitting WCMSAs to CMS.
The real question is: What, when, and how is CMS going to step into the liability and no-fault arena and how will it affect claims management?
It’s clear there will be no shortage of Medicare Secondary Payer developments to keep an eye on this year. Here’s an outline of MSP events to watch in 2017.
The dust is still swirling around the Liability Medicare Set-Aside (LMSA) issue, but a few areas clearly show Medicare’s plan and intended next steps.
CMS has issued a Change Request (CR-9893) to update it's Common Working File regarding both Liability and No-Fault Medicare Set-Aside arrangements.
CMS moved forward with requests for proposals regarding the WCRC contract by releasing a full solicitation notice before the holidays.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will conduct a town hall teleconference November 17, 2016.
Liability claims are particularly at risk, as these emerging compliance issues impose new burdens on the management and settlement of claims.
Undoubtedly, the 11th Circuit Court decision in Humana has obvious financial consequences to insurers.
The decision will have a significant impact on liability, workers compensation, and no-fault claims being handled.
On June 9, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that it is considering expanding its voluntary Medicare Set-Aside (MSA).
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