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Resolving Subrogation/Reimbursement Claims: Updates in ERISA
Published by Kentucky Justice Association

The speaker has been involved in the resolution of roughly 5,000 subrogation/reimbursement claims in the past 6 years representing both plaintiff's and health plans. He will share his knowledge this complicated healthcare transaction as well tips and tactics for limiting or defeating subrogation/reimbursement claims by ERISA qualified health plans.

David H. Abney
David has extensive experience with ERISA, HIPAA, FEHBA, Medicare, and Medicaid. He spent three years as Associate General Counsel for the largest post-payment health care recovery vendor in the United States. During that time, he resolved hundreds of subrogation and reimbursement claims, advised medical benefits plans on issues such as plan language and recovery tactics and managed litigation matters. He also contributed to the publication of the 2005, 2006 and 2007 versions of The National...More
Originally Published
February 27, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Resolving Subrogation/Reimbursement Claims: Updates in ERISA - Video
  2. Resolving Subrogation/Reimbursement Claims: Updates in ERISA - Paper 1

How To Attend
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