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July 24, 2020
Mecklenburg County Bar
General, Healthcare Law
In this CLE our subject matter experts, Mecklenburg County Bar member attorneys Charles Medlin and Shery Ramezanian, will be covering healthcare reimbursement obligations affecting both single event and mass tort personal injury litigations. From identification to claims auditing to 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. Join us for a comprehensive overview of Medicare, Medicare Part C/D, Medicaid, Military Liens, Workers Compensation and the myriad of other Private Healthcare Payers asserting reimbursement in these litigations.
-What are Healthcare Liens? -Types of Healthcare Liens -Identifying Healthcare Liens & Notice Requirements -Overcoming Challenges with Claims Listings -Lien Resolution Strategies -Real-life Lien Resolution Examples & Results
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