Medicare in Personal Injury Claim Settlements: Complying With Reporting Requirements and Satisfying Liens
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide to counsel settling personal injury claims while complying with the Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Extension Act (MMSEA) Section 111 reporting requirements and satisfying Medicare Parts A and B liens with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
- Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) liability
- Liability issues for plaintiff's counsel
- Liability issues for defendant's counsel
- Measures to corral the risk of noncompliance
- MMSEA Section 111 Reporting Process and Risk Overview
- Reporting overview
- Medicare queries
- Settlement agreements and releases
- Recent updates
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- When should Medicare set-asides and future medical obligations be considered?
- What are best practices to ensure compliance when drafting a settlement?
John V. Cattie, Jr.
Cattie & Gonzalez
Mr. Cattie focuses his law practice exclusively on MSP and MSA issues, providing legal opinions regarding reporting and... | Read More
Mr. Cattie focuses his law practice exclusively on MSP and MSA issues, providing legal opinions regarding reporting and repayment obligations as well as assessing a client’s future medical exposure under the MSP Act. In the MSA area, he has personally reviewed or overseen the review of over 10,000 distinct fact patterns. Federal and state court opinions such as Smith v. Marine Terminals of Arkansas, Tye v. Upper Valley Medical Center, and Doe v. Company X cite his analysis favorably.Close
Bruce A. Cranner
Talley Anthony Hughes & Knight
Mr. Cranner is best known for his work in complex and complicated healthcare cases and professional liability cases,... | Read More
Mr. Cranner is best known for his work in complex and complicated healthcare cases and professional liability cases, serving both as a litigator and as an adviser to clients ranging from physicians, hospitals and long-term care facilities, and as lead trial counsel in peer review and complex medical liability cases. Mr. Cranner is currently serving as national Medicare Secondary Payer compliance counsel to two Fortune 500 Healthcare companies and several major insurance carriers.Close