Medicare Update for Plaintiff Law Firms

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Medicare is evolving. Keeping up with the changes means heading off problems before they happen. There are new ways to report claims, audit ledgers, lower reimbursements, and make sure Medicare clients keep their benefits intact when settlements arrive. Does my client need to "set-aside" part of a settlement to pay for future care? Come find out, and get answers to questions about all things Medicare.

Presenters
Steven Shaw
Steve Shaw is certified as a Medicare Secondary Payer Professional - Fellow, and regularly consults with plaintiff attorneys on their clients' duties and rights as Medicare beneficiaries. His consulting company, MedicareMonster.com, is a resource for attorneys and their staff when Medicare makes injury cases complicated. Send your questions to: help@medicaremonster.com

Originally Published

October 8, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Medicare Update for Plaintiff Law Firms
  • Medicare Update for Plaintiff Law Firms - Handouts

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Credit

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