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State Medicaid Liens in Personal Injury Litigation

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Date Published

October 23, 2020


Mecklenburg County Bar


Civil Litigation, General, Healthcare Law


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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

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Shery Ramezanian
Chief Executive Officer - LitPro LLC

Shery is a legal, compliance, and MBA-qualified executive with a background in healthcare reimbursement obligations, legal... Read More

Charles Medlin
Chief Operations Officer - LitPro LLC

Charles is an experienced attorney and legal operations executive with a background in complex settlement administration,... Read More

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