A lifelong friend of mine who works in Florida for a city government suffered a workers' compensation injury last year. Fortunately, it wasn't an inherently serious situation; a torn index finger ... Read More
The SMART Act reforms certain aspects of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP) and the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007 (MMSEA). While the SMART Act does not directly broach how to protect ... Read More
That wily Hank Greenberg. One can always count on him to be in the headlines. The legendary ex-CEO of AIG recently initiated a suit against the federal government claiming that $183 billion dollar bailout ... Read More
The SMART Act was signed by President Obama today, on January 10, 2013 after having passed in both branches of Congress. The SMART Act was passed as part of H.R. 1845 and attached onto a Medicare IVIG Access ... Read More
With 2012 over, it appears that those affected by the MSP can look forward to an extremely bright and optimistic 2013. In 2012, CMS and the new WCRC vendor, Congress, and the DHHS were more proactive than ... Read More
Recent media coverage on bullying has focused on tragic cases like that of Amanda Todd, the British Columbia teen who ended her life after years of bullying. But the analysis and discussions over what we can ... Read More
We have all been there. You are ready to settle out your case, and all of a sudden you remember that you might need to consider Medicare's interest. The thought of a WCMSA may not have been at the front ... Read More
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