Should I Settle My Workers Compensation Case’s Future Medical?
6 Key Questions to Ask Yourself to Feel Confident Settling In most states an injured worker can decide if they would like to settle the medical component of their workers compensation claim. ... more
Special Needs Trust Basics: What Should I Consider?
Navigating through complex settlement options can be difficult. Having a resource, like a professional administrator, can be beneficial... more
Impact on Medicare Compliance as CMS Begins Covering Acupuncture
On January 21, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced via a Decision Memo that, for the first time... more
4-Step Strategy to Successfully Settle Workers’ Comp Claims
Getting to a settlement can and should be a win-win for both payers and the injured worker. While most injured workers recover and return... more
Hindsight is 20/20: Retrospective of 5 Important Areas of Development in Medicare Compliance
As insurers, self-insureds, attorneys, practitioners and stakeholders look to see what 2020 will bring for Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP)... more
Timely Topics: What Does A Full and Final Settlement Must Be in The Best Interest of The Employee Mean?
A QUICK SKIM This article debriefs on Paul Sighinolfi's experience as a former regulator receiving the following inquiries from workers who... more
Top 10 Medicare Set Aside Administration Myths Debunked
With its recent issuance of a revised WCMSA Reference Guide¹ (with new guidelines around administration), an updated Self-Administration... more
Medicare Set Asides 101: Professional Administration
In the course of settling a worker’s compensation or liability case, there are many obstacles to overcome. One of the most frequent... more
Timely Topics: Why Have an MSA Professionally Managed?
“Do Medicare Set-Aside Accounts (MSAs) have to be professionally managed” is a question I get with some regularity now that I work for... more