Program Details

Medicare Set-Asides in Workers' Compensation

Content Partner:  NBI, Inc (National Business Institute, Inc.)
Price: $199.00*
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Workers' Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements (WCMSAs) have been a legal requirement for a number of years now; however, these settlement agreements are still complex and require a well-versed attorney to be successful. Are you able to accurately calculate the total settlement amount? Can you identify when an injury is compensable versus noncompensable? Don't just know the workers' compensation hearing process; confidently advise your clients through the entire workers' compensation case.

  • Review best practices for using the workers' compensation Medicare Set-Aside portal.
  • Learn how to effectively communicate with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
  • Know how to efficiently keep track of your client's records just in case a dispute or issue arises down the road.

Who Should Attend?

This legal course will provide attorneys with guidance in Medicare Set-Aside compliance. Human resource personnel, insurance claims professionals and paralegals may also find this course useful.

Course Content:

  • CMS Requirements for Use
  • Compromise vs. Communication
  • Low Dollar Threshold
  • Calculating the Total Settlement Amount
  • Compensable vs. Noncompensable Issues
  • Submitting MSAs Via the New “Portal”
  • Establishing and Using a Medicare Set-Aside Account
  • Proper Recordkeeping Policies

Practice Areas: Workers' Compensation
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 06/12/2012 11:00 AM EDT
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 30 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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Total Credits: 1.5
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Status: Reciprocal Credit Available
Expiration: N/A
Training Type: Online

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Mark Popolizio - Section 111 senior legal counsel, Crowe Paradis Services Corporation (CPSC)
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