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    Price

    $79 for Association Member
    $99 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Date Published

    February 3, 2016

    Publisher

    Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

    Subjects

    Liens

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    Summary

    • Overview of the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes

    • The impact of ICD-10 codes on lien audits and other case considerations

    • How CMS uses ICD-10 codes to enforce the Medicare Secondary Payer Act

    • Recent changes in lien and subrogation laws and how to ensure compliance

    • The latest guidance with regard to “future medicals” compliance in Medicare cases

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    Presenters

    Ginger Susman, Esq.

    Ginger Susman, Esq. is the President of Providio MediSolutions, LLC, a premier full service provider of Medicare Secondary... Read More

    Gary Goldberg

    Gary Goldberg is Senior Vice President of Business Development for Providio MediSolutions, LLC. Gary was Providio’s first... Read More

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    Codes, Crackdowns, & Compliance - Video
    Codes, Crackdowns, & Compliance - Paper
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