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Constitutional Challenge to Treasury Offsets in Conditional Payments Falls Flat: Massachusetts Man’s Moon Shot Lands with a Thud
A Federal Magistrate in a Massachusetts Federal Court dismissed a Navy veteran’s attempt to have the reliance upon Treasury offsets to collect Medicare conditional payments
A new decision from United States federal court in Connecticut opens the door for Medicare Advantage organizations (MAOs) to use the Medicare Secondary Payer statutes
CMS announced it will maintain the existing $750 reporting and recovery thresholds for physical trauma-based liability settlements and for no-fault insurance and workers’ compensation settlements,
In a previous Industry News Bulletin, we noted that CMS seemed to be taking affirmative first steps on Liability Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements (LMSAs) and No-Fault
Why does the MSP industry use the phrase “consider and protect” when discussing Medicare’s interest?
Recently you may have seen some back and forth about the plain language of the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) Statute found at 42 USC 1395y(b).
California Federal Court: CMS May Not Seek Reimbursement for Conditional Payments That are Unrelated to the Claim
On January 5, 2017 in the matter of California Insurance Guarantee Association (CIGA) v. Burwell(i), a Federal Court granted CIGA’s Motion for Partial Summary Judgment
After announcing last month that CMS was reducing the recovery threshold for physical trauma-based liability settlements from $1,000 to $750 for 2017, CMS has now
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