CMS held a webinar to discuss its plans to require Section 111 (RREs) to report data points related to WCMSAs
In an important development, CMS has released its Section 111 penalties “Final Rule” --- CMS penalties will go live in 60 days.
Verisk leaders earn Technology Innovation honoree status in the 2023 PC360 Insurance Luminary program for their work on Discovery Navigator
As many will recall, earlier this year the (CMS) extended the timeline to release its Section 111 civil money penalties (CMP) “Final Rule” until February 18, 2024.
CMS has announced that effective October 2, 2023, the maximum total settlement amount for the Fixed Percentage Demand Calculation Option.
One of the issues regarding TPLF concerns whether the interest rates charged by litigation funders can be considered excessive, or legally unenforceable.
New Medicare Advantage recovery case, the US District Court for MA in MSP Recovery Claims Series 44, LLC v. Bunker Hill Insurance Company, 2023 WL 4744739 two questions
Whether parties using TPLF should be required to disclose the TPLF agreement to the opposing party as part of claims litigation continues to be a hotly debated topic.
The (CMS) has released an updated Section 111 NGHP User Guide (Version 7.3, August 7, 2023) regarding Section 111 reporting related to non-group health plans
This is a continuing study of emerging Third-Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) issues.
We are at the mid-point for 2023! It has been a busy year in so many claims areas. Time to regroup on the key claims updates over the past months – ICYMI style!
CMS’s Section 111 NGHP Unsolicited Response File “opt-in” process – Nutshell Summary Resource. The following “Nutshell Summary” is a general summary of this process.
Understanding CMS’s Section 111 NGHP Unsolicited Response File “opt-in” process (starts July 2023) – Q&A resource (updated)
S.B. 196, as outlined more fully below, called for the disclosure of (TPLF), referred to as “litigation financing agreements” in the bill, in civil actions.
On April 20, 2023, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb (R) signed into law Indiana House Bill 1124 which adds a third-party litigation funding (TPLF)
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