The Trump administration’s crack down on immigration has arrived as swiftly as promised. On its fourth business day, the administration issued executive orders on building that wall along the Mexican ... Read More
A recent case from Texas is an interesting illustration of workers' compensation compensability, particularly as it relates to police officers. County of El Paso v. Orozco involved a deputy ... Read More
Lately, there has been an increase in Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) False Claims Act (FCA) litigation in Federal courts. Below is an update on two prior existing MSP FCA cases- U.S. ex rel. Kent Takemoto ... Read More
In December, WorkCompCentral announced California's implementation of a law signed in September 2016, in DWC to Start Kicking Rogue Medical Providers Out of Comp in February. That headline caught my ... Read More
Yesterday, CMS hosted a Town Hall regarding the SSN removal initiative (SSNRI) and its impact to Medicare Secondary Payer processes and particularly MMSEA Section 111 Reporting.
There were two parts to the ... Read More
There is a debate raging across America related to mental health. There are those who see disparity and injustice in the treatment of psychological illness in workers' compensation. It appears that state's ... Read More
I have always taken the position on behalf of our Clients to aggressively dispute unrelated charges related to Medicare’s claim for conditional payment reimbursement. Our efforts at Franco Signor ... Read More
A.A. Milne brought us an incredible journey with his characters and stories. He is the creator of the simple, loyal, and always hungry Winnie the Pooh. Pooh is the protagonist in a series of adventures ... Read More
For Ohio BWC, Headline Accuracy Matters As a publisher of news content, I appreciate the challenges of getting content out in a relative and timely manner. I understand that the author of the article may not be the one who selects its headline or ...