We at Gould & Lamb, LLC are excited to offer a new educational series focused on assisting industry professionals to achieve Medicare and Medicaid compliance. The conference, titled “Jackpot!” and themed to match the casino/convention venues where it will be held, is a two-day event that will be presented at four regional locations – New Orleans, Las Vegas, Atlantic City and St. Louis.
MSP Compliance requires industry professionals to remain educated and updated on current regulations and protocols to avoid any compliance issues and/or fines. Utilizing the wealth of resources available to Gould & Lamb and our highly-experienced team of executives and industry leaders, as well as respected experts from outside the company, presentations at the conference will provide attendees with the most up to date and in-depth information regarding all aspects of Medicare & Medicaid compliance.
There is a web of confusion in the insurance industry relative to MSP Compliance and parties to a settlement are gambling with Medicare benefits every day. We are offering this educational opportunity to address the complexities of considering Medicare’s interests. Our comprehensive program, presented by the most experienced subject matter experts, is sure to provide information for the protection of all parties, while protecting the future of the Medicare Trust Fund for all of us.
In addition to information and networking opportunities, the event will offer 12 CLE/CEU Credits. With topics ranging from Mandatory Insurer Reporting and Conditional Payments, to Medicare Set-Aside and Post Settlement Administration, we have made this conference a “must attend” for industry professionals, claims adjusters, attorneys, risk managers, settlement brokers, self-insured entities and third-party administrators.
For more information on this groundbreaking series, visit the Event Homepage.
About the Author: Deborah Pfeifle is the Chief Executive Officer at Gould & Lamb. She has industry recognition for clinical excellence in claims management outcomes and for the development and application of clinical best practices for multi-lines of business. She has hands-on Medicare Set-Aside experience working closely with CMS, the Workers’ Compensation Review Center (WCRC) and the CMS Regional Offices. Deborah closely monitors the reconsideration process at Gould & Lamb for all MSAs in which CMS proposes a higher amount.