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Medicare plan can’t seek reimbursement from participant’s survivors

A private Medicare Advantage Organization plan could not sue a plan participant’s survivors for reimbursement out of the proceeds of an automobile insurance policy, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in affirming judgment.

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Medicare’s secondary payer process remains messy

Attorneys engaged in settling personal injury suits say the process for squaring away Medicare’s secondary payer rights is still a mess, and some suspect that new required reporting, from which Medicare collects data on personal injury settlements, is only making ...

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