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  1. Medicare Secondary Payer Allows Direct Data Entry For Small Reporters Of Claims June 2, 2010

    Posted in Medicare Secondary Payer, SPOT on Ops.

    A new change to the Medicare Secondary Payer reporting will allow those entities with a small number of reports the ability to key in individual claims. This will alleviate the need to create, test and manage a data feed. While not without limitations, the news should help those smaller reporting entities that had been struggling with the onerous requirements. The method is limited to those reports that have less than 500 reportable events in a year. Read more about the changes in today’s post.

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  2. Important Update: Medicare Secondary Payer changes production date to January 1, 2011 February 18, 2010

    Posted in Medicare Secondary Payer, SPOT on Issues, SPOT on Ops.

    Tweet The Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS) have announced the following: CMS advises all NGHP RREs that the date for first production NGHP Input Files is changed from April 1, 2010 to January 1, 2011, effective immediately. Read the complete announcement at the CMS website in “What’s New.” This is clearly a welcome change and […]

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  3. Warning – Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP): Government sends strong message and goes after non-compliance February 3, 2010

    Posted in Medicare Secondary Payer, SPOT on Ops.

    If you are an insurance company or self-insured, and make payments on liability or workers’ compensation claims, be aware that the Federal Government has filed a lawsuit signaling their intent to be aggressive in seeking reimbursement. As reported in Business Insurance, this “case breaks new ground because CMS simultaneously named insurers, settlement beneficiaries and plaintiffs attorneys all in one lawsuit.” This case should alert all that if you make a payment on an injury claim, and fail to let the Government know about money they should be collecting, they will come after you.

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