October 17, 2019
Tower’s Chief Compliance Officer Dan Anders to present at NWCDC!
You may not realize how much your relationship with your Medicare Set-Aside vendor affects MSA allocation amounts and the time it takes to settle and close a claim.
Tower’s Chief Compliance Officer Dan Anders and Anne Alabach, Workers’ Compensation Department Manager for CPC Logistics, will share strategies for “Achieving Great Outcomes with your MSA Vendor,” starting at 1:45 p.m. on Nov. 7 at NWCDC.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Partner with your MSA vendor to drive down costs and reduce turnaround times
- Identify variables that impact MSA amounts and cause delays in CMS approvals
- Identify metrics needed to evaluate success or point to needed improvements
Case studies will illustrate the ability of legal and clinical interventions to reduce MSA costs, effectively challenge CMS responses, and offer practical advice for improving your MSA program. Read more at: Tower MSA Partners Dan Anders and CPC Logistics Anne Alabach will present “Achieving Great Outcomes with your MSA Vendor” at NWCDC.
Put the session in your calendar right now & visit us at Booth #2517 to learn how Tower can help you optimize your MSP compliance and MSA programs.
NWCDC will be held at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas and more details can be found at https://www.wcconference.com/
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