ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tower MSA Partners, which provides Medicare Secondary Payer compliance services to workers’ compensation payers, will sponsor WCI-TV, the televised coverage of the Workers’ Compensation Institute’s Workers’ Compensation Education Conference.
WCI-TV features daily headlines driven by conference content and numerous live interviews with workers’ compensation leaders, including:
- Rita Wilson, CEO, Tower MSA Partners
- Bob Wilson, CEO, workerscompensation.com
- Michael Stack, Principal, Amaxx Risk Solutions
- Skip Brechtel, Executive Vice President and CIO, CCMSI Third Party Administration
- Bob O’Halloran, Vice President, Claims, Summit Holdings
“Inspired by Bob Wilson’s recent ‘Can Workers’ Compensation Develop a Culture of Innovation,’ post on workerscompensation.com, we invited some key leaders to discuss innovation in comp on the Tower-sponsored interviews,” said CEO Rita Wilson.
From its studios near the exhibit hall, WCI-TV’s programming will be aired throughout the conference area, in conference hotels’ guest rooms, on shuttles, WCI’s website, e-blasts, and on You Tube. It is produced by Convention News TV, a Winter Park, Florida-based company that delivers a news approach to the convention television business.
Tower is also a sponsor of WCI’s “Give Kids the World Dinner and Silent Auction” starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 22. Kicking off the conference, this gala raises funds for an organization that provides a week-long camp for children with life-threatening illnesses.
The 2015 WCI WCEC takes place August 23 through 26 at the Orlando World Center Marriott.
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. With more than 50 years combined experience in pharmacy, legal oversight and medical care, Tower proactively stages claims, working 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.