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Brian Werfel

Partner, Werfel & Werfel, PLLC,

Brian S. Werfel, Esq. is a partner in Werfel & Werfel, PLLC, a New York based law firm specializing in Medicare issues related to the ambulance industry. Brian is a Medicare Consultant to the American Ambulance Association, and has authored numerous articles on Medicare reimbursement, most recently on issues such as the beneficiary signature requirement, repeat admissions and interrupted stays. He is a frequent lecturer on issues of ambulance coverage and reimbursement. Brian is co-author of the AAA’s Medicare Reference Manual for Ambulances, as well as the author of the AAA’s HIPAA Guide. Brian is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Columbia School of Law. Prior to joining the firm in 2005, he specialized in mergers & acquisitions and commercial real estate at a prominent New York law firm. Werfel & Werfel, PLLC was founded by David M. Werfel, who has been the Medicare Consultant to the American Ambulance Association for over 20 years.

My Sessions

5 Steps to Acing an Audit

Compliance EMS Quick Takes Reimbursement & Finance
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1:1 Expert Consulting

Pre-register for FREE 20 minute one-on-one consultations with AAA experts and vendor members! Sign-up will open in October.

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Cost Collection Overview

Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS.  The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform the Ambulance Fee Schedule.  Over the next four years, all EMS agencies who bill […]

Operations Reimbursement & Finance
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Medicare Update (Part I)

Advocacy Executive & Leadership Reimbursement & Finance
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Medicare Update (Part II)

Advocacy Executive & Leadership Reimbursement & Finance
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Contract Negotiation Interactive Workshop

Morning Cost Collection Preconference Workshop

First of two separate preconference sessions. Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost related data to CMS.  The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance service reimbursement under the Ambulance Fee […]

Advocacy Hot Topics Pre-Conference Workshop Reimbursement & Finance
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Afternoon Cost Collection Preconference Workshop

Second of two half-day separate pre-conference sessions. Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS.  The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance service reimbursement under the Ambulance Fee […]

Advocacy Hot Topics Pre-Conference Workshop Reimbursement & Finance
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