Frank Fairchok Joins MEDVAL as Vice President of Medicare Reporting Services

Medicare Set-Aside Blog, MSP News on March 26, 2021
Posted by Shannon Flynn

This week, MEDVAL welcomed Frank Fairchok to our team as Vice President of Medicare Reporting Services. In this role, he will provide technical oversight of all aspects of MEDVAL’s Medicare reporting service offerings.

“We are extremely excited to add Frank’s strong background and unparalleled experience to our team,” said Jon Gunter, President of MEDVAL. “He joins MEDVAL with a wealth of knowledge and strategic vision, which is vital to enhancing our Section 111 footprint and our ability to continue delivering accurate, straightforward, and industry-leading solutions that drive customer compliance and success.”

Fairchok comes to MEDVAL with more than 12 years of experience in Medicare Secondary Payer compliance, with a focus on Mandatory Insurer Reporting for the MMSEA requirements for Section 111. In past roles, he has served as Vice President and General Manager for several entities providing Medicare compliance and settlement related services. He has also developed and managed reporting platforms and their associated business processes, as well as led product development for all areas of Medicare Secondary Payer compliance.

“I am eager to bring my experience and knowledge to MEDVAL, and drive growth and service capability while enhancing the overall customer experience,” said Fairchok. “Section 111 reporting has evolved extensively over the past 13 years and that trend will only continue, so I look forward to empowering customers with the tools and support they need to establish compliance and avoid unnecessary penalties.”

Fairchok received his Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management from Saint Petersburg College and has over 30 years of business experience in the workers’ compensation, telecommunications, and financial industries. He has also served as a frequent speaker and panelist on MMSEA Section 111 compliance for a variety of conferences and organizations including RISE, The National Medicare Secondary Payer Network (formerly NAMSAP), and WorkCompCentral.