Current Issues Related to MSA Compliance

This panel at the 2015 California Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference dove into current issues and best practices with regards to Medicare Set-Asides (MSA).  Panelists included: Moderator: Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis at Safety National Kristine M. Wilson, Esq., MSCC, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel at Tower MSA Partners Jake Reason, […]

What Will Workers’ Compensation Look Like in 20 Years?

At the 67th Annual SAWCA Convention, Frank Neuhauser, Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Social Insurance (CSSI) at University of California at Berkeley, opened this keynote session by discussing the future of workers’ compensation. Workers’ Compensation’s Inefficient Delivery He noted that the current system does not efficiently address the issues that employers […]

Federal Intrusion into Workers’ Compensation

At the 2015 National Council of Self-Insurers Conference, Robert Minor from Vorys, Sater, Seymour & Pease presented a session discussing the federal government’s intrusion into state workers’ compensation issues. The first federal intrusion into workers’ compensation issues started with the Mine Safety Act in 1968. Shortly thereafter, in 1970, the federal government established OSHA to […]

Current Issues & Trends Related to MSA/MSP Compliance

This panel at the California Workers Comp & Risk Conference in Dana Point addressed current issues and best practices in regards to Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP), Medicare Set Asides (MSA) and Section 111 reporting. Panelists were moderater Mark Walls, VP Communications & Strategic Analysis at Safety National, Rafael Gonzalez, Vice President at Helios, Jessica Smythe, […]

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