The Rules are effective on November 10, 2013 and the comment period closes at 5pm on that date.
The government will be establishing a multifactorial implementation process to keep information secure: DX Codes, provider names. dates of service and conditional payment amounts. Ultimately, it appears that the process will be yet another hurdle to obtain information for workers' compensation claims and release the beneficiary from government liability for medical expenses.
The proposed CMS Rules can be reviewed at: https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/09/20/2013-22934/medicare-program-obtaining-final-medicare-secondary-payer-conditional-payment-amounts-via-web-portal
Jon L. Gelman of Wayne NJ is the author NJ Workers’ Compensation Law (West-Thompson) and co-author of the national treatise, Modern Workers’ Compensation Law (West-Thompson). For over 4 decades the Law Offices of Jon L Gelman 1.973.696.7900 email@example.com have been representing injured workers and their families who have suffered occupational accidents and illnesses.
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