Bradenton, Florida (PRWEB) June 03, 2011
Gould & Lamb, LLC recently announced it has signed an Agreement with the Special Funds Conservation Committee of New York to serve as their Medicare, Medicaid, SCHIP Extension Act (MMSEA) Reporting Agent and Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) compliance partner.
Gould & Lamb was selected by Special Funds Conservation Committee of New York to provide Mandatory Insurer Reporting services, now required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Gould & Lamb will utilize their years of experience and expertise to serve as Special Funds exclusive MSP compliance partner.
Gould & Lamb’s MIRService Solution in conjunction with CS STARS will provide the Fund a single source solution to mitigate the $1,000 per day per claim penalty the MMSEA attempts to impose while eliminating the MSP exposure the MMSEA will dictate at the time at the time of settlement.
“We are honored to be chosen by the Special Funds Conservation Committee to be their MSP Compliance Partner,” stated Deborah Pfeifle, Gould & Lamb’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “Our entire team of Compliance Experts will be dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service,” said Ms.Pfeifle.
The Special Funds Conversation Committee was established in 1938 for the purpose of maintaining and defending the Special Disability Fund and the Fund for Reopened Cases under Sections 15.(8), 14(6), and 25-a of the Workers’ Compensation Law. The Fund’s responsibility is to handle all claims in a fair, efficient and expeditious manner.
About Gould & Lamb
Since January of 2002, the insurance industry has turned to the professionals at Gould & Lamb on over 80,000 Medicare Set Asides. As the largest and most trusted provider of Medicare Set Asides and Mandatory Insurer Reporting Compliance Services in the country, Gould & Lamb serves domestic and international insurance companies, third party administrators and self insured entities. Gould & Lamb has headquarters in Bradenton, Florida with satellite locations in 55 major metropolitan areas.
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