Codes, Crackdowns, & Compliance: Coping with the ICD-10 transition and other evolutions in lien resolution and MSP compliance.

Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles and Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group


• Overview of the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes

• The impact of ICD-10 codes on lien audits and other case considerations

• How CMS uses ICD-10 codes to enforce the Medicare Secondary Payer Act

• Recent changes in lien and subrogation laws and how to ensure compliance

• The latest guidance with regard to “future medicals” compliance in Medicare cases

Ginger Susman, Esq.
Ginger Susman, Esq. is the President of Providio MediSolutions, LLC, a premier full service provider of Medicare Secondary Payer Act (“MSP”) compliance solutions. As co-found and a senior member of the Providio management team, Ms. Susman has been...More
Gary Goldberg
Gary Goldberg is Senior Vice President of Business Development for Providio MediSolutions, LLC. Gary was Providio’s first sales team hire in 2012 and focuses on both the mass tort and single event sectors. He frequently leads seminars and training...More

Originally Published

February 3, 2016

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