Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements
Our Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) solution gets cases settled.
The MEDVAL approach – proprietary, completely integrated, and focused on in-depth medical review and attorney oversight – offers our clients simple, cost-effective settlement solutions for even their most complex cases:
- With full MSP compliance
- For the right price
- Providing the best protection for all parties involved
For nearly fifteen years, MEDVAL has been defining a higher standard in the way Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements (MSA) are prepared and integrated into workers’ compensation and personal injury settlements. Through long experience, we have learned that every case benefits from individual attention by professionals trained in medicine, claims, and the law. Our average employee has more than 15 years of experience in his or her respective discipline and has personally prepared hundreds if not thousands of MSAs. Approaches that utilize one-size-fits-all formulas, assembly line processing, or outsourcing to less experienced contractors have no place at MEDVAL. There is simply no substitute for our relevant experience and personal commitment to your success.
Among the best in the nation.
For our clients who wish to utilize the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) voluntary* review program, we are one of the most successful firms in the country at getting CMS to voluntarily change its positions in favor of our clients. We start with a thorough analysis of your case – making sure it is compliant with all current CMS protocols – then advocate for its approval.
When disputes arise, we support our submitted materials with the full weight of our legal and medical staff.
MEDVAL advocates have saved our clients millions of dollars by developing reasonable and defensible MSA allocations and backing our position with solid medical and legal evidence. We will be happy to share with you numerous examples of how we successfully challenged CMS’ contractor, the Workers’ Compensation Review Center (WCRC) and influenced decision makers at the CMS regional offices.
*The CMS approval process is voluntary and not required by any law or statute.