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Need help with MMSEA Section 111 mandatory reporting?

Let us help you figure out whether you are required to report your cases.

MMSEA Section 111 Compliance

Our teams assist our clients with their Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) insurance mandatory reporting requirements utilizing our RiskPro® technology and professional services. We employ both electronic and manual reporting options to meet our clients’ needs in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

At the time of your referral, we will work with you to employ the appropriate technology to satisfy your reporting requirements. We always seek to eliminate time and cost throughout the process, while maintaining the highest quality of service for our clients.

Call us today for a free consultation about our programs with one of our partners.

I’ve been working closely with Blackburn Group for many years. We rely on them whenever we have claims that we need assistance in the areas of Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance, Medicare Liens, Medicare Set Asides, Medical Cost Projections and Bill Reviews and MMSEA Section 111 Compliance.

The services that they provide make my job easier. We provide them with settlement details, and they deal with Medicare to get an exact payout amount. If necessary, they would review the medical charges to determine if they would be related to the injury or not.

The professionalism displayed by them is also second to none.

Kyle A Vibbard AIC, SCLA, Casualty Claims Manager

Sterling Insurance Company in Cobleskill, NY

Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007 (MMSEA) created mandatory reporting requirements with respect to Medicare beneficiaries who receive settlements, judgments, awards or other payment from liability insurance (including self-insurance), no-fault insurance, or workers’ compensation, collectively referred to as Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) insurance.

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