By Teddy Snyder, Esq., Ringler Associates - Beverly Hills, CA
1. MMSEA reporting makes approval unnecessary for Medicare beneficiaries.
Reporting under the Medicare, Medicaid and S-Chip Extension Act, aka “section 111 reporting”, started...
By Mark Popolizio, Esquire, Section 111 Senior Legal Counsel, Crowe Paradis Services Corporation
Determining a claimant’s Medicare status is an integral part in evaluating one’s compliance obligations under the Medicare Secondary Payer Statute...
By: Mark Popolizio, Esquire, Crowe Paradis Services Corporation
In the case of In re Marriage of Washkowiak , 2012 Ill. App. Lexis 151 (Ill. App. 3 Dist., March 7, 2012) the Illinois Appellate Court ruled that a claimant’s former wife was entitled...
By Robert G. Rassp, Esq.
Appellate review of California Labor Code Sections 4663 and 4664 on apportionment has mandated that physicians provide in their conclusions with reasonable medical probability approximately what percentage of permanent disability...
By Jennifer C. Jordan, Esq.
Progress is the theme of this year’s update to The Complete Guide to Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance , 2012 Edition (available in October; see special offer below). Nothing has improved so much that people don’t...
There is a garden industry that has emerged since 1997 in California of companies who have become “WCMSA specialists”, promoting themselves as experts in developing WCMSA proposals that will pass muster with CMS. Most workers’ compensation...