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CA: Gov. Vetoes Bill Preventing Denial Of Claim Based On Discriminatory Characteristics

Sacramento, CA (CompNewsNetwork) - This bill would prevent a workers’ compensation claim from being denied or impacted by an apportionment determination because the employee’s injury or death was related to the employee’s race, religious creed, color, national origin, age, gender, marital...

Four Reasons to Avoid the CMS Approval Process for MSAs

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 January 1, 2010 for workers compensation claims...

Four Reasons to Avoid the CMS Approval Process for MSAs

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 January 1, 2010 for workers compensation claims...