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MSP Reporting and Reimbursement strategies for Medicare Part A and Part B are well understood and we know what to do. But, the rights of Medicare Part C and Part D plans to reimbursement are actively being litigated around the country. This webcast will help you appreciate the current understanding of the legal rights of Medicare Part C and Part D plans and what you need to do to protect your company’s or your client’s interest when it comes to these plans.
Who Should Attend
What You Will Learn
Brian Bargender is an internal consultant at Humana, one of the country’s largest Medicare Advantage organizations. In recent years, Humana has been heavily involved in efforts to clarify and enforce the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) rules that pertain to Medicare Advantage.
Brian has 15 years of experience in leading and improving health benefit subrogation and MSP operations. In this role he devotes considerable attention to identifying and monitoring trends that may impact subrogation and MSP recovery efforts, developing new cost avoidance and recovery projects and advising operational leaders regarding subrogation and MSP issues.
Re Knack is an attorney with Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC and a member of the firm’s Healthcare and Litigation Departments. Her practice focuses on insurance, healthcare, and civil matters. Re also provides guidance and advice to the insurance industry and self-insureds with respect to their obligations under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act (MMSEA). Re was named to the Washington Super Lawyers by Super Lawyers magazine for 2005 and 2010–2017. She has also been recognized by Seattle Met magazine as one of the “Top Women Attorneys in Washington” for 2012–2017.
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