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CMS Update- MMSEA Section 111

CMS has made the following updates to the MMSEA section of the CMS website: http://www.cms.gov/mandatoryinsrep/04_whats_new.asp:

September 30, 2010

  • Posted the September 22, 2010 NGHP Town Hall Teleconference Transcript to the NGHP Transcripts section page.
  • Moved the January 28, 2010 NGHP Town Hall Teleconference Transcript to the Mandatory Insurer Reporting section page under NGHP Transcripts.
  • Moved the May 26, 2009 Alert: Compliance Guidance Regarding Obtaining Individual HICNs and/or SSNs for Group Health Plan from the What’s New section page to the GHP Alerts section page.
  • Moved the August 24, 2009 – HICN, SSN Collection – NGHP Model Language from the What’s New section page to the NGHP section page.
  • Moved the August 24, 2009 Alert – Compliance Guidance Regarding Obtaining Individual HICNs and/or SSNs for NGHP Reporting from the What’s New section page to the MMSEA 111 Alerts section page.
  • Moved the May 27, 2010 – May 27, 2010 – Updating Language – ALERT For Liability Insurance (including Self-Insurance), No-Fault Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation RREs – Periodic Workers’ Compensation and No-Fault Payments from the What’s New section page to the MMSEA 111 Alerts section page.

Synergy can assist your firm with Medicare Compliance and understanding MMSEA Section 111 Reporting Requirements. Contact us today for more information on how we can benefit your firm! (877)907-5436 / info@synergysettlements.com.

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