Struggles & Risks in Self-Administering Workers' Compensation Medicare Set Asides
Following resolution of a workers’ compensation claim that includes payment for future medicals – usually in the form of a Medicare Set Aside (MSA) – injured workers who attempt to administer their funds potentially face struggles and risks in going it alone. CMS “highly recommends” the use of a professional administrator to manage and administer an MSA. See Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside (WCMSA) Arrangement Reference Guide, v3.1, Sec. 17.1. This ...
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