Monthly Archives: July 2012

Reading the Tea Leaves in Regard to the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and Future Medicals

Posted by Gregory M. Fliszar on July 16, 2012
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On June 14, 2012, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) released an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (the “Proposed Rule”) soliciting comments on a proposal to clarify how Medicare beneficiaries and their representatives can protect Medicare’s interests and satisfy their obligations under the Medicare Secondary Payer (“MSP”) Act when “future medical care” is claimed or the settlement, judgment, award, or other payment releases claims for future medical care. Continue reading…

Gregory M. Fliszar

Gregory M. Fliszar

Greg Fliszar is member in the firm’s Health Law Group. Greg’s practice focuses on health law litigation and regulatory and compliance matters, as well as compliance with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and HIPAA. Greg is also a licensed doctoral level clinical psychologist and was a clinical instructor of psychiatry at the MCP-Hahnemann School of Medicine.

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Supreme Court Upholds ACA’s Individual Mandate, But Limits Scope of Medicaid Expansion

Posted by Mark Gallant on July 05, 2012
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In a heavily anticipated landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the so-called “individual mandate” of the Affordable Care Act – i.e., the requirement that those not insured privately, through their employer or through a governmental program, must either purchase minimum essential health insurance coverage or pay a “penalty” for failing to do so.  The majority opinion was authored by Chief Justice Roberts and joined in part by Justices Breyer, Ginsburg, Kagan and Sotomayor. Continue reading…

Mark Gallant

Mark Gallant

Mark Gallant, is a member of the firm and chair of the health care group. He concentrates on client counseling and litigation involving federal and state regulation of health care providers and third-party payers.

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