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Compliance with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act: What's New?

Presented by Christine Hummel

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Course Description

Length: 2h 5min    Published: 2/8/2023    
Complying with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act can be complex and failure to adhere to its requirements can lead to some dire consequences. This presentation gives attorneys handling Medicare issues an in-depth look at the requirements in the Medicare Secondary Payment Act. The program starts with Medicare basics and its eligibility requirements before diving into the three elements within the statute: the requirement for Section 111 reporting, the requirement to reimburse Medicare liens, and the requirement to keep Medicare secondary to a settlement under certain circumstances.
Learning Objectives
* Know the basics of Medicare and its eligibility requirements
* Learn how to comply with the requirement for Section 111 reporting
* Understand how and when to keep Medicare secondary to a settlement under the Act
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Presented By:

Christine Hummel

Ferdinand, IN


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"What a task our presenter took on; and she never faltered I was a workers comp applicant's attorney (and w.c.def atty for a smaller part of that) 31 years, and darn, wish I had been given the BiG Picture about medicare's practives, expectations, down to the dirty detail as was presented here, say --20 years ago!!!? Thanks for bundling this info that always seems so arcane, but is in fact so so important to so many lawyers with real people as clients! Yes thanks!"