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Medical Resources

American Medical Association: The AMA website has much useful information and links to other resources.

American Association of Healthcare Administration Management: AAHAM is a national organization providing information and resources relating to healthcare management.

Healthcare Financial Management Association: HFMA provides information, tools and support for financial managers within the healthcare field.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: The CMS website has loads of critical legal and medical information with links to other sites, a FAQ section and much more. It’s an essential resource.

Utilization Review Accreditation Commission: URAC is an independent, non-profit organization committed to establishing national standards for managed care and utilization review organizations.

Insurance Resources

National Association of Insurance Commissioners: The NAIC is a national organization dedicated to assisting state insurance regulators by establishing standards, providing resources and coordinating efforts to monitor insurance practices across the country.

Self Insurance Institute of America: The SIIA website has information about self-funding options for employers as opposed to purchasing a group insurance policy.

Society of Professional Benefits Administrators: The SIIA website has information about self-funding options for employers as opposed to purchasing a group insurance policy.

Legal Resources

New Lawyer: Resource to the general public for listings of lawyers, law blogs, legal news and additional legal information.

Michigan Association of Justice: UTLA is the Michigan counterpart of the ATLA. Its website contains helpful information to consumers and lawyers.

The American Bar Association: The ABA is the largest organization of lawyers in the country.

The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations: This website provides free access to the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations. Among many other regulations, the CFR’s contain the implementing regulations of the federal ERISA statute (over which the Department of Labor has jurisdiction) and the federal Medicare statute (over which the Department of Health and Human Services has jurisdiction).

FreeERISA: FreeERISA is a website that provides specific information about employers which sponsor benefit plans for their employees and, more generally, information about ERISA.

LegalHelpers.com: Answer all your bankruptcy questions. All bankruptcy questions answered by leading bankruptcy law practice in the US.

U.S. Department of Labor: This is the home page of the Employee Benefits Security Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor. It contains much helpful information for consumers.

American Association for Justice: formerly the ATLA, The American Association for Justice is the largest association of trial lawyers in the country. Their website provides helpful information for consumers and attorneys

Michigan State Bar: If an attorney is licensed to practice law in Michigan, they must be a member of the Michigan State Bar. The USB website contains helpful information for consumers and lawyers.

Benefitslink: Excellent resource for ERISA plans, administrators, etc.