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What Is A Medicare Set-Aside?

An MSA is a portion of settlement proceeds set aside, called an “allocation,” to pay for future Medicare-covered services that must be exhausted prior to Medicare paying for any future care related to the injury.1 The amount of the set aside is determined on a case-by-case basis and is submitted to CMS for approval if it is a Workers’ Compensation case and fits within the review thresholds established by CMS. To learn more, download our Free White Paper by providing your email below:

 

Hospital "Liens" vs. "Debts": A Distinction With a BIG Difference ​​​​​​​Third Thursday Webinar Series

Join Director of Synergy Medical Bill Clinic, Michael Walrath, Esq. as he delves into the differences between “direct provider liens” and mere “medical debts.” In this webinar, he will describe how and why these important distinctions impact the lien resolution process and expected outcomes, while also dictating the various ethical and legal exposures faced by Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, post-settlement. A 15 minute Q&A will follow the presentation.

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