With 50+ agencies with varying notice requirements and processes, Medicaid can become a case complication that delays case resolution and potentially results in serious penalties for firms. From identification through negotiation and resolution, we will be discussing best practices throughout the process, as well as spotlighting a few real-life lien examples that illustrate how a strategic, informed approach to these liens leads to better results for you and your clients.
• Medicaid Basics: Coverage, Eligibility, & Administration
• Complexities Navigating 50 State Agencies
• NC-Specific Complexities
• Resolution Tips & Tricks for Best Results
• Current Trends & Newsworthy Updates
Shery Ramezanian, Chief Executive Officer, LitPro LLC
Shery is a legal, compliance, and MBA-qualified executive with a background in healthcare reimbursement obligations, legal process outsourcing, and management consulting internationally. Shery brings focused skills in business operations, commercial negotiation, legal process outsourcing, and project management.
Following a successful legal career in the USA, Shery worked globally in the management consulting space both with Huron Consulting Group and later with global law firm Eversheds. At Huron, Shery was a key player in launching the Middle East office based in Dubai, UAE. At Eversheds, she was hired as the international lead to globally develop business of a management consultancy practice within a global law firm. She provided innovative solutions to a Fortune 500 client base, with a focus on the USA, Middle East and Asia Pacific regions.
Shery recently worked for a leading legal process outsourcing company specializing in mass tort and class action litigations. In this role, she worked as a business development leader to generate organizational growth by planning and managing commercial activities, supporting and measuring performance against plan, coordinating marketing and market research efforts, and creating methodical processes to achieve new business goals in core and target expansion markets.
Shery holds a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a JD from the Michigan State University College of Law, an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, a Governance, Risk, and Compliance diploma from the University of Manchester Business School, and a law license for the state of North Carolina. She also teaches undergraduate and MBA courses in Global Marketing at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Charles Medlin, Chief Operations Officer, LitPro LLC
Charles is an experienced attorney and legal operations executive with a background in complex settlement administration, healthcare reimbursement obligations, legal process outsourcing, business consulting and sales transformation.
Most recently, Charles served as a Director of Legal and Compliance outsourcing at Conduent, where he consulted with healthcare sector clients on digital and workforce-enabled strategies for legal and compliance operations. Charles was responsible for retaining and consulting with in-house legal departments from pharmaceutical clients and large hospital systems.
Prior to joining Conduent, Charles spent 7 years as a subject matter expert in lien resolution and complex settlement administration at a leading legal process outsourcing company. In that role, Charles served in a number of senior level positions overseeing operational, product development and business development. He was instrumental in obtaining, operationalizing and implementing a number of high profile projects for complex mass tort and environmental litigations.
Charles holds a BA from Appalachian State University, a JD from the Charlotte School of Law, and a law license for the State of North Carolina
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