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The Unregulated New Frontier of Medicare Set-Asides

September 29, 2020

Excerpt from The Art of Settlement

Consider this scenario: you represent a current Medicare beneficiary in a third-party liability case. As part of the workup of the case, you determine the client will need future medical care related to the injuries suffered, and you settle the case. Since the client is a Medicare beneficiary, the defendant will report the settlement under the Mandatory Insurer Reporting law as it is greater than $750 in gross settlement proceeds. For more information, read this excerpt from my book ‘The Art of Settlement

 

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Unraveling the Conundrum of Conditional PaymentsThird Thursday Webinar

Join Synergy's Director of MSP Compliance, Rasa Fumagalli JD, MSCC, CMSP-F, for this month's Third Thursday webinar where she will discuss conditional payments and the recent enactment of the PAID Act legislation. A 15-minute question and answer session will follow the webinar presentation.

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