Medicare Advantage Plans (MAPs), also known as Medicare Part “C”, are private insurance plans which provide Medicare benefits to beneficiaries. A beneficiary may opt to receive their Part A and B ... Read More
The impact of the Affordable Care Act is just beginning to be felt. There is anything but a becalmed marketplace that is trying to determine how the law is supposed to operate on a daily basis, and its ... Read More
On March 29, 2013, CMS issued its first ever WCMSA Reference Guide. To view and download a copy of the guide, please click here.
At the beginning of this 88 page guide, CMS states that the guide was written ... Read More
Case law as it pertains to Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) compliance in liability settlements continues to reach different conclusions in different courts. In fact, the only aspect that appears to be ... Read More
A recent case out of a Mississippi District Court, Welch v. American Home Insurance Company, 2013 U.S. District LEXIS 25948 (February 26, 2013), determined the amount of a Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) in a ... Read More
A Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan recently allowed a health care provider to proceed with a claim against a patient's no-fault auto insurance carrier for the full cost of its ... Read More