Workers' Compensation Claims and the Medicare Secondary Payer Act
Meeting Reporting Requirements, Satisfying Liens, and Structuring Set-Asides in Settlements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide workers’ compensation counsel with a review of the MSP Act, Section 111, and Medicare Set-Aside Agreements. The panel will discuss the differences between workers’ comp and other personal injury claims—and how to protect the client’s and Medicare’s interests during settlement.
- Medicare as Secondary Payer Act
- Liability issues for plaintiff
- Liability issues for defendant
- Measures to minimize MSP liability in settlements
- Section 111
- Reporting overview
- Medicare queries
- Settlement agreements and releases
- Medicare Set-Asides
- CMS requirements for use
- Structuring a Set-Aside
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the responsibilities for counsel regarding Medicare’s interests when settling a workers' comp case?
- What are the new reporting requirements of Section 111 — and who is responsible for compliance?
- When is a Medicare Set-Aside Agreement required. How should it be structured?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Head, Future Cost of Care Practice
He heads the Future Cost of Care Practice. In this role, he counsels attorneys nationwide with respect to Medicare... | Read More
He heads the Future Cost of Care Practice. In this role, he counsels attorneys nationwide with respect to Medicare compliance under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act. In particular, he advises attorneys on the applicability and use of Medicare Set-aside Arrangements (“MSAs”) as a part of workers’ compensation, liability and no-fault settlements.Close