Webinars

MSPulse: The Rapid Beat Webinar Series was created in an effort to give you timely and pertinent information in a brief and concise format.  The webinars cover a wide range of topics with detailed information and insights on emerging MSP developments. The webinars are designed to focus not only on the law, but also provide attendees with practical tips and training to more effectively manage your Medicare Secondary Payer programs.

All webinars are conducted live by Gordon & Rees’s Medicare Compliance attorneys, allowing personal interaction between the speakers and attendees. Participants need only a computer and telephone to participate in the webinars.

Live webinars are recorded, if you happen to have missed one and would like to request a recording be sent to you please contact mstockdale@grsm.com.

2019 Schedule

Safeguarding Your Settlements With Non-Submit MSAs

Wednesday, February 6th, 2 PM EST

Protection against Medicare Secondary Payer risk is complex but attainable with non-submit Medicare Set-Asides.  Attorneys experienced in MSP law can skillfully design secure settlements while also saving time and money.  Tune in to the next MSPulse: The Rapid Beat Webinar Series to hear attorneys Michelle Allan and Ciara Koba describe the exposures associated with non-submission and how to safely accomplish resolution.  Learn how Evidence Based Medicine and proper documentation can be integral to your program.

Please register for this webinar you do not want to miss!

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What Do the Latest Notices of Proposed Rulemaking Mean For You?

Wednesday, January 9th, 2 PM EST

Join us in this installment of MSPulse: The Rapid Beat Webinar Series to hear attorneys Michelle Allan and Ciara Koba break down the latest Notices of Proposed Rulemaking on both Section 111 and LMSAs.  The team will not only explain the current notices and what the proposals state, but will also foreshadow what these developments will mean for your Medicare Compliance programs in the future.

Please register for this webinar you do not want to miss!

2018 Schedule

What’s new with MSA Review?

Wednesday, October 24th, 2 PM EST

In a follow-up to last month’s webinar about the new Commercial Repayment Center, please join us for a descriptive discussion about Capitol Bridge, LLC, the new Workers’ Compensation Review Contractor. Keep current on Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside review trends, timeframes and pricing with the latest information. In addition to outlining what’s new, we will examine best practices and important strategies for optimizing results.

Please register for this webinar you do not want to miss!

How is Performant Performing?

Thursday, September 20th, 2 PM EST

It has been several months since Performant took over the Commercial Repayment Center, yet questions about their processes continue to swirl throughout the industry.  How is the CRC managing Conditional Payment Notices? What results are observed with appeals and disputes? Are referrals being sent to the Department of the Treasury?  Please register for the most current trending in this informative webinar.

What’s new for Section 111 Reporting in 2018- An in-depth look at what Intelligent Logic could do for your company in furtherance of total compliance

Wednesday, August 29th, 2 PM EST

This installment of MSPulse: The Rapid Beat will cover the common pitfalls of Section 111 reproting, including, but not limited to, proper TPOC Dates and Amounts, ORM Termination dates, dates of injury, and diagnostic codes.  We will dive into how utilizing reporting software with built-in Intelligent Logic can reduce risk and eliminate these common pitfalls from your reporting.  Finally, we will discuss trending topics in Section 111 reporting, including what CMS is actually using this information for, as well as the replacement of the HICN with the new Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI).

Trends in MSA Account Administration

Monday, August 6, 2 PM EST

Professional administration of a Medicare Set-Aside serves to increase account longevity and reduces risks associated with the Medicare Secondary Payer laws. Recent communications with CMS suggest they are taking a more keen interest these days in how accounts are managed and how their interests are considered and protected. Hear from Marques Torbert and Nicole Sauk of Ametros about recent discussions with Medicare and how your MSA program might be impacted. Attorneys Michelle Allan and Ciara Koba from Gordon & Rees will discuss the legal significance for both submit and non-submit programs. Please join us for this comprehensive inside look at what’s trending with CMS.

Email mstockdale@grsm.com for a copy of any of the above presentations.