ABA CLE - Medicare Law: Medicare Parts A/B Healthcare Reimbursement

October 26, 2020

From verification of entitlement to appealing claims, our expert attorneys will discuss best practices on one of the most important super liens that attorneys encounter in their law practices. This webinar will provide an overview of Medicare Basics; coverage, eligibility, and administration.

Faculty will discuss:

  • Penalties for Non-Compliance
  • Reviewing and Auditing Claims
  • Global Resolution Agreements for Mass Torts
  • Medicare Parts A/B Appeals Process

About Carol

Providing you with Medicare Lien Resolution Tips

Carol is a tenured subject matter expert in Medicare lien resolution with extensive experience in client onboarding and implementation, client relationship management, and case management. Her case management skills range from the intake phase to representing clients at the Administrative Law Judge level. Her background includes opening and managing a satellite office for one of the leading legal service companies. Carol has managed teams that adjudicated asbestos exposure, drug ingestion, and personal injury claims. Carol is dedicated to helping her clients and their claimants successfully navigate each step of the complex Medicare process, from injury to a comprehensive case resolution. With over 20 years of experience, and a passion for customer service, Carol facilitates comprehensive case management for her clients at LitPRO LLC.

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