Michael Bernstein Serves as Editor-in-Chief of 2018 Cumulative Supplement to <i>Managed Care Litigation, Second Edition</i>
Health + Benefits Litigation Team lawyer Michael H. Bernstein served as editor-in-chief of the 2018 Cumulative Supplement to Managed Care Litigation, Second Edition. Published by Bloomberg BNA and the American Bar Association Health Law Section, the book is described as an essential reference "written specifically for practitioners who handle managed care disputes to help them rapidly focus on key issues and expertly advise their clients." Among other things, the 2018 Cumulative Supplement discusses:
Disputes involving: medical necessity determinations; benefit exclusions on mental health disability, autism spectrum disorder treatment, and gender dysphoria; an anti-abortion group’s challenge to the contraceptive mandate exemption; and bad faith and negligent credentialing cases;
Provider versus payor issues such as line item denials of charges, and patient actions brought for charging more than payor contract rates; and
Updates on pay for performance programs (P4P), Hospital Value-Based Purchasing (VBP), the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced APM
Michael was also editor-in-chief of the 2017 Cumulative Supplement. View more information on the book.