|[July 17, 2014]
Scott Yasko Joins Tower MSA Partners as Executive Vice President of Business Development
ATLANTA --(Business Wire)--
Tower MSA Partners has named Scott E. Yasko executive vice president of
business development. In addition to managing new business development
activities related to the company's pre-MSA pharmacy intervention model,
Yasko will participate in new product development and marketing
initiatives for the Medicare Secondary Compliance service company.
Tower MSA Partners has named Scott E. Yasko executive vice president of business development. (Photo: Business Wire)
Previously, Yasko served as a national account executive for PRIUM, a
national medical intervention company specializing in pharmacy
overtilization in the worker's compensation industry. He is a frequent
speaker on pharmacy issues at workers' compensation and claims
"Scott's pharmacy expertise made him a natural for us," said Tower MSA
Partners CEO Rita Wilson. "Identifying and removing obstacles prior to
MSA and settlement is where we excel, and Scott has hit the ground
running in the pharmacy arena."
Yasko holds a master's degree in Business Administration from Georgia
Southern University and is based in Atlanta.
ABOUT TOWER MSA PARTNERS, LLC
Headquartered in Delray Beach, Fla., Tower MSA Partners provides
Medicare Secondary Compliance services for workers' compensation and
liability. With more than 50 years combined experience in workers'
compensation pharmacy, legal oversight, and medical care, Tower MSA
Partners proactively stages claims prior to settlement and the MSA to
identify issues that create obstacles. Tower MSA Partners works
collaboratively with its clients to identify issues, intervene to modify
outcomes, and to remain involved through resolution, MSA, and
settlement. This model enables customers to provide better care to
claimants, reduce claim and MSA costs, and obtain CMS acceptance of the
MSA. For more information, visit www.towermsa.com.
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