On September 1 2017, CMS finally announced that the Workers' Compensation Review Contractor contract has been awarded to Capitol Bridge, LLC.
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?
Zero WCMSA submissions are getting mired in a cycle of CMS development letters & submissions as the WCRC gets more meticulous about submitted pay histories.
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.
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