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Welcome to Passion for Subro & Self Funding!

The purpose of this site is to share my passion for subrogation and the self insurance industry with all of you.  My goal is that this site will become your number one destination for health insurance information.
Whether you are looking for the latest on health care reform, the most recent subrogation and reimbursement case, or want to be a self funding guru this is the place for you.  While I hope that this site serves as a great educational resource for all of you, I also hope to keep you entertained with the funny, confusing and just plain weird world of subrogation and self funding.
I would love your feedback and any newsworthy items you may have to make this site even better.

 

Recent Posts

It’s Never Too Soon

By: Jen McCormick, Esq. Although the regulations may change, it’s important to begin thinking about plan changes for the upcoming plan year.  The specifics for comp
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Dear Stop-Loss: A Ballad

By: Jon Jablon, Esq.   Author’s Note: Written in ballad meter, this can be sung to the tune of “Gilligan’s Island.”   You carriers are sometimes great, all flex
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You Are Not Going to Sue Us, Are You?

By: Jason Davis …is what a nice lady asked me when we were discussing the charges her office submitted for drug addiction treatments. You see, this office billed $3,800.0
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Adam’s Key Takeaway from the 2017 MassAHU Benefest Conference

By: Adam Russo, Esq. I spoke at the MassAHU Benefest 2017 event today in Westborough, MA, where I was lucky enough to see 9 of the CEOs for the various insurance carriers
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A Call for Defensive Legislation

By: Brady Bizarro, Esq. On April 5th, the House of Representatives passed the Self-Insurance Protection Act (SIPA; H.R. 1304) by a vote of 400 to 16. This was the third i
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Words with No Meaning…

By: Chris Aguiar, Esq. Google “average words spoken per day” and you might see some interesting entries – such as, men use 7,000 words a day on average, as compared to wo
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Transparency – It’s Not Just for Ghosts

By: Kelly Dempsey, Esq. If you’re paying any attention to the news these days, you know that the healthcare industry as a whole has been facing some pretty large issues. 
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Pay the Cost to be the Boss!

By: Ron Peck, Esq. Between Friday and Saturday I was feeling under the weather.  By Easter Sunday, my chest was terribly congested, my nose running, breath wheezing, and
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Cyborgs – Moving From Science Fiction to Science Fact

By: Garrick Hunt The word “cybernetics” tends to invoke images of Robocop or The Million Dollar Man.  These examples are just the creation of the imagination, but how far
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My Trip to the Emergency Room

By: Jen McCormick, Esq. Since becoming a mom, I’ve experienced two pretty scary parenting adventures – taking a toddler to Disney World solo and taking a toddler to the e
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I Fought The Law and…Unpredictable Results Ensued

By: Jon Jablon, Esq. Are you a landlord? If so, you might know that the law is not on your side. Or, are you a criminal? The law isn’t on your side either, but that one m
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Repeal and Replace Faces a False Start

By: Brady Bizarro, Esq. After the surprising collapse of the American Health Care Act (“AHCA”), House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) remarked, “We’re going to be living with
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Sometimes… The Truth Hurts…

By: Tim Callender, Esq. The following is completely fictional.  Well, not really, but it makes me feel better to pretend that it’s not true.  As always, with my posts, th
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Trump’s Healthcare Bill Failed… Here’s Why

By: Adam Russo, Esq. The fact that Trump’s healthcare bill failed is big news and now everyone in Washington and in the media is trying to place blame on someone, w
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U.S. Airways v. McCutchen – Where Are they Now?

By: Chris Aguiar, Esq. The health benefits industry can feel like a whirlwind, especially for self-funded plans.  We always seem to be running around trying to figure out
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