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Medicare's Role in Workers' Comp Claims

Currently, mandatory reporting laws ensure that Medicare has knowledge of all claims involving a Medicare beneficiary in a workers’ compensation case.

Listen to what Raphael Gonzalez of the Center for Medicare Set Aside Administration in Clearwater, Fla., has to say about Medicare’s role in these types of claims in this exclusive interview that took place at the Florida Workers' Compensation Institute's 2011 Workers' Compensation Educational Conference.

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What does TRIA denial mean for workers’ compensation?

What does the denial of a TRIA renewal mean to the workers’ compensation industry?

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Shock, dismay and disappointment: P&C insurance industry's reaction to TRIA news

The U.S. Senate adjourned for the year on Dec. 15 without passing the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act.

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