Tower MSA Partners’ WCI-TV Segments to Share Advice on Settling Workers’ Compensation Claims

ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–For the fourth consecutive year, Tower MSA Partners is sponsoring
WCI-TV, the televised coverage of WCI
2018
.

“Our theme this year is ‘Knocking Down Barriers to the Settlement of
Claims,’” said Dan Anders, Tower’s Chief Compliance Officer.

Unreasonably high pharmacy costs, inappropriate use of opioids and other
drugs, vague references to possible future surgeries, and jurisdictional
challenges pose some of the common obstacles to settling claims. In
other cases, injured workers are afraid of exhausting their settlement
dollars or losing the support of their adjuster or nurse case manager.

Interviews will feature experts in workers’ compensation claims
management, Medicare Set-Aside development, and professional
administration of settlement funds, including:

  • Anne Alabach, Workers’ Compensation Department Manager, CPC Logistics
  • Michael Stack, CEO, AMAXX, LLC.
  • Andy Olwert, President, Next Level
  • Dan Anders, Chief Compliance Officer, Tower MSA Partners
  • Kimberly George, Senior Healthcare Advisor, Sedgwick Claims Management
    Services
  • Mark Walls, Vice President of Communications and Strategic Analysis,
    Safety National
  • Porter Leslie, President, Ametros

“We look forward to learning how these respected industry professionals
have overcome challenges to closing complex claims,” said Anders. “The
interviews will be mini-lessons in settling claims.”

WCI-TV airs throughout the convention center, in hotel guest rooms, and
on shuttles during WCI 2018, which will be held August 19-22 at the
Orlando World Center Marriott. They will also appear on WCI’s website
and on You Tube.

About Tower MSA Partners

Headquartered in Delray Beach, Fla., Tower MSA Partners’ services
include pre-MSA Triage, MSAs, physician peer reviews, CMS submissions,
MSA administration, medical cost projections, life care plans,
conditional payments, and Section 111 reporting. Tower leverages leading
edge technology to proactively stage claims and works collaboratively
with clients to identify issues and intervene to modify outcomes. Tower
remains involved in the claims, through final resolution, MSA and/or
other settlement. This model enables Tower’s clients to provide better
care to injured workers, reduce claim and MSA costs, and obtain CMS
acceptance of the MSA. For more information, visit www.towermsa.com
and www.mspcomplianceblog.com.

Contacts

King Knight Communications
Helen King Patterson, 813-690-4787
helen@kingknight.com