1 Health lh Care Provider Reimbursement Under Michigan s Workers Compensation System Marcus W. Campbell MAHAP October 25, 2013
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4 MI Workers Compensation System What does the Workers Compensation (WC) system provide to injured workers? Wage loss benefits. Payment of medical bills. Job retraining and placement services. Weird Little World There are little things that you can do to maximize your WC reimbursement.
5 Workers Compensation (WC) What type of medical bills are covered by the workers compensation system? Medical treatment must be for a work related condition (i.e., compensable injury). All reasonable and necessary medical, surgical, and hospital services are covered (MCL ). Provider must be recognized by the laws of the state Provider must be recognized by the laws of the state of Michigan (i.e., state licensed).
6 WC - Medical Bills Are there any laws that cover how medical bills should be paid under the WC system? Workers Compensation Agency (WCA) Health Care Services Rules. R (Rule 101 Rule 1504) WCA Health Care Services Division ,00.html gov/wca/ html
7 Is it Work-Related? To be covered by WC, the patient must: Have sustained a personal injury or occupational disease arising out of and in the course of employment. ment Fairly broad coverage. If the patient indicates that he/she believes the injury occurred at work, or if the patient s pain or other symptoms occurred at work, WC should be investigated as a potential payment source for the patient s bills. WC is primary insurance coverage. Be aware Patients sometimes think that their injury is workrelated but they are wrong. 7
8 Common WC Coverage Issues Normal travel to and from work Not covered by WC. Potential exceptions Company cars, travel during working hours, employer er derived ed a special benefit from the travel. Parking lots Injuries in employer parking lots before or after work are covered by WC. Exceptions Injuries that occur too long before or after an employee s shift will not be covered. 8
9 Common WC Coverage Issues Injuries occurring on the employer s premises Usually covered by WC. Exceptions Intentional misconduct, severe horseplay, drug/alcohol impairment, social or recreational activities at work. Crilly v Ballou Young men throwing shingles at each other Covered by WC. Petrie v GMC Climbing on desks and equipment as a joke, touched an electrically charged rail Not covered by WC. 9
10 Common WC Coverage Issues Injuries occurring while driving for an employer Usually covered by WC. If an auto accident occurs in the course of employment, WC is responsible for all medical bills. WC is primary; no fault is secondary. Obtain information on both WC and no fault, if possible. 10
11 Common WC Coverage Issues Non work related medical condition, symptoms manifest at work Probably not covered by WC. Idiopathic fll fall cases Diabetic seizure, collapse at work, severe head injuries Not work related. Exception When employment poy e tpacesa places an employee poyeein a position of increased risk of injury. Diabetic seizure while driving, auto accident causes severe injuries Injury is work related. related. 11
12 Common WC Coverage Issues Pre existing medical conditions Usually not covered by WC. Exception If employment aggravates a pre existing injury, WC is responsible. Increased easedpain and other symptoms s is not enough. There emust be evidence of an injury that is medically distinguishable from the pre existing injury. Must show that the pathology of the underlying condition has changed. Normal progression of the injury or disease will not be covered. Work activities must have caused a medically distinguishable change. 12
13 Information to Obtain from Patients SSN Name and address of employer Name of WC carrier Date of injury Facts about how the patient t was injured Claim number, adjuster contact information Name of patient s attorney Health insurance information 13
14 Information to Obtain from Patients If it is WC, should I get the patient s health insurance information? Yes. It might not actually be WC. Patients often think it is a WC injury, and they end up being wrong. Get health insurance information up front, so we can timely bill health insurance if WC denies. 14
15 Communication Communication between patient registration personnel and billing/reimbursement personnel is critical. If possible, patient registration personnel and billing/reimbursement personnel should be able to access and share information with one another. 15
16 How Much Does The WC Carrier Have To Pay? In general, WC medical bills are paid three different ways: 1. Fee Schedule hdl (i.e., reimbursement by procedure code) (Practitioners / Pro fees Rules ). 2. Ratio Method (Hospital Facilities Rule 1015). 3. By Report no assigned value; a written description of services is needed (nursing homes, county medical care facilities, i hospice, long term care facilities, ambulance, home health). Cost Containment payment in full is rare.
17 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 1. Carrier does not respond to bill. Be persistent get names get numbers make a detailed record of all communications with the carrier. Submit claims via certified mail. Resubmit claim after 30 days. 2. Coding problems. CPT 2013; Medicare National Level II Codes. Work with carrier and WC Health Care Services Division.
18 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 3. No payment because claim is in litigation or claim is controverted. Protect your rights as a health h care provider. Get your own attorney if charges justify it. The patient s attorney is not your attorney, and may not have your best interests in mind.
19 Common WC Reimbursement Problems Warning! Watch out for cases in litigation. Do not assume the patient s attorney will get the ptiet patient s outstanding t medical bills paid. Do not let a WC case get settled out from under you. Do not be the only health care provider taking the hit in the case.
20 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 4. Do I have to pay the patient s attorney 30% for recovering payment for my medical bills? No. Petersen v Magna Corp, 484 Mich 300; 773 NW2d 564 (2009). Amicus brief for the Michigan Health and Hospital Association.
21 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 5. Carrier rejects implant charges until you provide an invoice for the implant. Recon Tell carrier only FOSFs have to provide invoices for their implants under Rule 1023(5). Provide a detailed description of the implant and demand proper reimbursement (i.e., ratio for facilities).
22 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 6. Carrier rejects entire claim stating no claim on record, no record of injury, no injury reported for this employee ee / employer. er Communicate with patient Attempt to get WC claim filed with the carrier. File your own claim with the carrier Form WC 117H Provider s Report of Claim & Request for Medical Payment.
23 Form WC-117H
24 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 7. The WCA told me I cannot bill the patient until the WC case is resolved. Absolutely l incorrect. The patient can and should ldbe bll billed, unless there is a specific order stating that the bill must be paid by the carrier. No balance billing the patient, if the WC carrier made the required WC payment. Rejected charges can be individually billed to patient.
25 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 8. Incorrect reimbursement Carriers often simply calculate your reimbursement incorrectly. Do not just accept the carrier s payment, and assume it is correct under WC. Sometimes using an incorrect ratio will trim thousands of dollars off your reimbursement. Sometimes when you bring the error to the carrier s attention, they will fix it.
26 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 9. Improper network contractual (Cofinity / Beech Street, etc.) reductions by the carrier. Your network contract might allow a participating ii i carrier to take an additional discount off the WC payment it might not allow it. Carriers routinely take unjustified or incorrect network contract reductions. Most of the improper reductions are too high. You likely have appeal rights under your contract! Be aware of your contractual rights.
27 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 10. Can I bill health insurance, because the patient says not to because its WC? Yes. Bill all potential payers we can always refund. No voluntary health refunds until WC money is in the account. Watch out! Health insurance take backs, electronic credits, payment recapture. Medicaid One year deadline Do not accept Medicaid s lower reimbursement when WC should pay.
28 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 11. Does a WC carrier have to pay a late fee if it takes a long time to pay? Yes 3%. Bill carrier properly certified mail. No response in 30 days bill carrier again; add 3% late fee to billing form; certified mail. No response for 30 days file Form 104B and demand late fee.
29 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 12. Audits Requests for Settlement Beware of Genex Services, Inc., Fairpay Solutions, and other similar entities. Attempting to get you to accept a lower amount than you are entitled to receive. Often promise prompt payment in return. Contractual settlement agreements. Even if you are entitled to more under WC, if you agree to take less you are stuck with it.
30 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 13. Reductions based on Ingenix Guidelines or Fairpay Solutions Review. Ingenix, Fairpay Solutions = Unfair reimbursement. For most medical treatment, WC sets the amount that must be paid. Any reduction below that WC ratio/fee schedule should be protested.
31 Common WC Reimbursement Problems 14. Down Coding Carrier pays according to the procedure code that it thinks should apply to the services. Some carriers automatically down code certain procedure codes. Saves $$. Protest down coding If we coded it correctly, we should get paid correctly.
32 Form 104B What action can providers take to protect their right to payment under the Workers Disability Compensation Act? Form WC 104B. Mediation with Health Care Services. Decision by a Magistrate.
33 Form WC-104B
34 WC Reimbursement Tips 1. Information is key At intake: SSN, DOI, facts about injury (how did it occur?), employer name, attorney name (if any), case status. 2. Persistence Multiple recons, frequent contact with patient and carrier, be the squeaky wheel. 3. Bill everyone We can refund later; no refunds until WC actually pays. 4. Protect your right to proper WC reimbursement Health care providers have rights in the WC system. Get your own attorney if the charges justify it.
35 When Do I Contact Miller Johnson? When you have received improper payments from the WC carrier. When a patient has an attorney. When a claim is in litigation Get your own attorney. (General rule $5,000+ balance) General questions You do not need to formally refer every account. Sometimes you just need some informal advice. Please do not hesitate to call us.
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