Medicare Section 111 Reporting for Lawyers: Unravelling the Mystery and Understanding how it Impacts...
On demand webinar
It is the silent 800-pound gorilla in the room that has a direct impact on Medicare compliance --- CMS’s Section 111 reporting law. As defense counsel are busy defending and settling the claim, their clients are reporting required claims info to Medicare which CMS then uses to help enforce its recovery rights. While defense counsel rarely pushes the Section 111 reporting buttons, they must understand how Section 111 reporting works and how it impacts larger compliance issues and settlement.
This session provides counsel with a “nuts and bolts” review of Section 111 and what they need to know about Medicare’s reporting law.
Section 111 reporting – CMS’s objectives
Who is (and is not) responsible to report under Section 111?
When is Section 111 reporting required?
What info gets reported to CMS?
Where does defense counsel fit in?
Tying it all together - claims and settlement impact
Who Should Watch:
Attorneys; General counsel; In-house counsel; Claims managers and executives
Monday, October 18, 2021
Mark Popolizio VP MSP Compliance ISO Claims Partners – A Verisk Business
Jeremy Farquhar Senior Product Consultant ISO Claims Partners