Baton Rouge Pharmacy Benefit Management ConsultingARMSRx is a consulting firm with a distinct advantage - our staff of highly seasoned, experienced and passionate professionals are uniquely positioned to provide pharmacy benefit consulting expertise to support and help manage all aspects of your pharmacy benefit program. This includes not only the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and its regulations (which are under the jurisdiction of the DEA), but also laws such as the False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute that apply to all federal program-participating health care providers.
She focuses her practice on Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance issues that arise in the resolution of workers' compensation, longshore, Jones Act, Federal Employers Liability Act and general liability claims and she has been instrumental in settling tens of thousands of cases nationwide involving Medicare issues.
Leslie has been elected as Board Member of both IARP and the IALCP; she is former chairperson of the Education Committee and current Member of NAMSAP as well as former ICHCC (International Commission for Health Care Certification) Commissioner of Medicare Set Aside Allocations.
The MSPIC performs the following functions on the program - Program and Project Management, Change and Release Management, Program Help Desk, Business Analysis, Testing and Technical Writing, Security Oversight, Quality Assurance Oversight, and Outreach and Education.
Prior to joining Louisiana Healthcare Connections as the director of pharmacy in 2013, Rachel served as a pharmacist with the Louisiana Department of Health's Medicaid division, where she oversaw pharmacy benefits management, including claims processing, prior authorizations, and PDL processes.
John Burton, editor of Workers' Compensation Policy Review and professor emeritus at the Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations in Piscataway, N.J., says companies that have been most successful Baton Rouge Pharmacy Benefit Manager in keeping workers' compensation drug costs under control and providing quality programs for employees have been moving toward combining workers' compensation with other health care systems within the company.
He is a fellow of the American Bar Association, College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers, was on the Executive Committee of the Southern Association of Workers' Compensation Administrator, and served on the board of the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC).
In addition, Judge Rassp was a contributing author to The Complete Guide to Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance (LexisNexis). Our rich health care benefits make Peoples Health one of the most popular Medicare Advantage plans in the New Orleans and Baton Rouge areas.
He is a clinical pharmacist with many years' experience in managed care workers compensation, commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid pharmacy benefit consulting. Her primary areas of focus are workers' compensation defense, employment related defense, general liability, foreclosure actions on behalf of lenders and Medicare Compliance.