Treasury Department is collecting millions of dollars from employers in 2018

Medicare Conditional payments may likely catch employers off guard.
FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif. - Oct. 26, 2017 - PRLog -- With the Centers for Medicare/Medicaid's Services' (CMS) creation of the Commercial Repayment Center, the U.S. Treasury Department is now poised to collect millions of dollars from employers.  These collections are the result of Medicare Conditional payments attributed to employers, when insurance carriers and third party administrators fail to report liability and workers compensation claims to Medicare on their behalf.

"Insurance carriers and third party administrators have a responsibility to act on claims with great urgency for the sake of the employers and injured workers", says Gus Ortiz, president of BMA West Medical Financial Consultants.  "There is quite a gap in the current high volume services being provided to employers and what they truly require.  Employers need a team of experts in Medicare compliance and complex claims resolutions to mitigate these risks".

BMA West is a Medicare Secondary Compliance consulting team, specializing in moving complex litigated insurance cases to settlement in the arena of workers compensation and liability insurance. They are located in Southern California and serve self-insured employers and public agencies statewide.  Gus Ortiz is an expert in Medicare Secondary Compliance; a licensed claims handler with 20 years of multiline insurance experience and author of "8 Steps to a Winning Workers Comp Program (2006)".

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