Progressive Insurance Company Settles Medicare and Medicaid Secondary Payer False Claims Act for $2.4 Million

Mandatory Reporting Compliance Risks for Auto, Liability, No-Fault, and Work Comp Primary Payers

Florida Federal District Court Finds MAPs Must Abide by Same Laws and Regulations Imposed on Medicare When Seeking Reimbursement

CMS Publishes Alert for Medical Providers Regarding Accepting Payment from Medicare Beneficiaries with a Medicare Set Aside

Flagship Services Group: The Conditional Payments Resolution Experts

Humana Advantage Plan Goes After Florida Plaintiff Lawyer for Failing to Reimburse Conditional Payments Related to Settled Claim

Commercial Repayment Center Returned $88.35 Million to Medicare Trust Fund in FY 2016,  $125.05 Million in FY 2015, and  $50.6 Million in FY 2014

Resolution of Conditional Payments Continue to Create Havoc on No-Fault Claims

Leaving Reimbursement of Medicare Conditional Payments to Plaintiff May End Up Costing You

A Complete Comparative Analysis of the Changes in the New Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangement Reference Guide

Social Security Number Removal Initiative (SSNRI) now known as “New Medicare Cards”

The 2017 Social Security Trustees Report: Old Age and Survivors Trust Fund Holds Steady, While Disability Trust Fund Sees Significant Improvement

The 2017 Medicare Trustees Report: Hospital Trust Fund Remains in Short and Long Term Trouble, Supplemental Trust Fund is Adequately Financed

Finally, a Re-Review Process for Work Comp Medicare Set Asides, But Still No Formal Appeals Rights for Claimants and Employer/Carriers

19 Million Americans and Growing: 33% of the 57 Million Medicare Beneficiaries are Enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan in 2017

The Medicare Secondary Payer Program Continues to Grow in Size and Scope as CMS Adds to its Matrix of Compliance Enforcement Contractors

CPLs and CPNs are Not Bills

Insurers Beware! MAP Assignees File Class Actions Against No-Fault Insurers Throughout the Country Claiming Millions and Double Damages

Florida Federal District Court Prohibits State Medicaid Agency from Seeking Reimbursement of Past Medicaid Payments from Future Medical Recovery

California’s WCAB Remands Case to Look at Agreement Between Parties on Whether Claimant Allowed to Self Administer His MSA Account Funds

Florida Federal Court Orders Beneficiary to Reimburse Higher Conditional Payments, Despite Medicare’s Verbal Representation of Lower Amount Due

RREs and the CRC: It Takes Two to Tango

Florida Federal District Court Finds Med-Pay Policy Proves Primary Payer Responsibility and Allows MSP Private Cause of Action for Double Damages

If You Haven’t Started Already, Now is the Time for Auto, Liability, No-Fault, and Work Comp Payers to Prepare for Medicaid Third Party Liability Liens

Yet Another Clue that CMS is Getting Ready for Liability and No-Fault MSAs

Case Law Update: California Federal District Court Finds Medicare Is Not Entitled to Reimbursement for Unrelated Care in Bundled Codes

At Flagship, When We Say $585 to Handle All Aspects of Conditional Payments in Auto, No-Fault, Liability, and Work Comp, We Mean it!

CMS Updates Mandatory Reporting User Guide, Providing New TPOC Timelines and Amounts on No-Fault, Liability, Work Comp Claims

Could 2017 be the Year CMS Finally Begins WCMSA Appeals Process?

On Behalf of Our Flagship Family, Wishing You a Wonderful Holiday Season

Montana Supreme Court Concludes Only Way for Insurer to Satisfy Obligation to Reimburse US is to Pay the US Directly

What do Medicare’s New Reporting Thresholds Mean for You in 2017?

A Year Later, How is the New CRC Process Going?

Rafael Gonzalez, Esq. appointed President of Flagship Services Group

Our Take on the CMS Town Hall Meeting on CRC Progress on Nov 17, 2016

North Carolina Appellate Court Finds WCMSA Funds Are Not Countable Resources for Medicaid Eligibility Purposes

CMS Announces New Reporting Thresholds for 2017

Medicare Compliance Reporting and Recovery - the Dynamic Duo?

Mandatory Insurer Reporting for Primary Payers: Understanding ORM and TPOC

CMS Prepares for Expansion of MSA Reviews, Postpones Release of Solicitation for Contractor

Reps Murphy and Kind Introduce HR 6120: The Secondary Payer Advancement, Rationalization, and Clarification (SPARC) Act

P&C Insurers, Are You Ready for Mandatory Reporting, Conditional Payments, and Set Aside Allocations in Auto, No-Fault, and Liability Claims?

CMS Announces 2016 Recovery & Reporting Thresholds for Liability, No-Fault, & Workers Compensation Non Group Health Plans Settlements

Another Big Year for US P&C Insurance: $591 Billion in Written Premiums

11th Circuit Allows MAP Assignees to File MSP Private Cause of Action for Double Damages and Prove Responsibility Through Contractual Obligation

Rafael Gonzalez Joins Flagship Services Group

Vermont Supreme Court Dismisses Claim that AIG and NuQuest Underfunded WCMSA

11th Circuit Allows MAPs to Sue Primary Payers Under Medicare Secondary Payer for Double Damages

What is an Intent to Refer Letter from Medicare and How You Should Handle It?

Never Leave Medicare Compliance in the Hands of a Claimant’s Attorney

Medicare Compliance: Do I Need an MSA?

Demanding More From Your WCMSA Provider to Ensure Medicare Compliance

The 3 Questions to Ask to Achieve Section 111 Reporting Success

Why Your Section 111 Reporting Matters

Why Doesn’t Medicare Know About My Medicare Liability Claim?

5 Common Myths of Medicare Set-Asides

Medicare Compliance 101 - Terms You Need to Know

What Do You Do When You Get a Letter from Medicare?

Medicare’s Final Conditional Payment Process - Changes Ease Settlement

2016 – The “Year of Medicare Compliance"

Your First CRC Letter: One Simple Step to Take

Meet Flagship Services Group’s Director of Medical Review, Deanna Hartman

Flagship Services Group Welcomes Legal Counsel D. Sean Smith

The Commercial Repayment Center Program Launches Today

Free eBook Preparing You for Medicare’s Commercial Repayment Center

The Storm is Brewing: Major Changes to Conditional Payment Recovery

Distinguishable But Inseparable: Your Responsibility to Medicare

5 Medicare Compliance Excuses You Might Hear at Your Board Meeting

Interpreting the “Final Rule” on the Conditional Payment Appeals Process

What to Expect From a Medicare Secondary Payer Final Demand Letter

What to Look For When Choosing a Medicare Designated Recovery Agent

Scared Straight – A Cautionary Tale about Medicare Compliance

Will Medicare Negotiate Final Demand Letters?

3 Ways P&C Insurers Can Use Data to Improve Medicare Claims Reporting

How to Avoid Overpaying Medicare

3 Ways P&C Insurers Can Reduce Cycle Times, Paid Costs, and Reserves

3 Absolute Must-Dos When Attempting Medicare Compliance

5 Simple Steps to Achieve Medicare Compliance

Changes to Watch for in Section 111 This Year

3 Reasons to Hire a Medicare Compliance Service Provider

Need to Resolve a Medicare Lien? Start With These 3 Steps

Top 4 Errors to Avoid in Section 111 Reporting

AMA Suggests Penalties for Overzealous RACs

Flagship Welcomes Harrison Ryder as Vice President of Sales

It’s Time for P&C Insurers to Learn Medicare’s Secondary Payer Rights

New Flagship Advisory Board Promises Exciting Innovations Going Forward

How Flagship Services Group Helps Claims Adjusters – Part Two

How Flagship Services Group Helps Claims Adjusters – Part One

Why You Shouldn't Cherry-pick Your Biggest Claims for Medicare Compliance

Why the CEO and VP of Claims Should Care About Medicare Compliance

Why YOU Should Be in Control of Your Medicare Compliance

Did You Know: Medicare Recognizes Only 3 Types of Personal Injury Claims?

Flagship Welcomes Dan Waldrip, VP of Business Development

A Peek Behind the Curtain at Flagship Services Group

Limits of Indemnification Language in Medicare Settlements

Your Adjusters are Struggling with Medicare Compliance

Why a Vice President of Claims at an Auto Insurer Should Care about Medicare Compliance

Are You Correctly Identifying ALL Medicare Beneficiaries?

How to Process Conditional Payments

Medicare Compliance Self-Test

Medicare Compliance: Reporting vs Recovery

Distinguishable But Inseparable

Regulatory Compliance a Top Concern for P&C Insurers

Important Changes to Medicare's Protocol