The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have implemented a new web-based tool designed to assist in the resolution of Liability, No-Fault, and Workers’ Comp Medicare recovery cases. The new tool is called The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSPRP). Continue reading “MSPRC’s New Online Self-Service Tool Helps Manage Medicare Recovery Cases”
The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Contractor (MSPRC) has announced plans to implement a web-based electronic submission portal.
The MSPRC is launching a pilot program to test their new portal in the upcoming months with a projected “go live” date in July, 2012. This portal will facilitate and expedite the conditional payment process for Liability Insurance, No-Fault Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation cases. In addition, it will enable adjusters to electronically submit their Authorizations and Consent to Release documentation, request conditional payment information, negotiate unrelated items from the conditional payment worksheet, and provide settlement information to release the conditional payment demand. Click on this link to view the announcement from the MSPRC website directly: http://www.msprc.info/
The MSPRC has implemented a new fixed percentage recovery option that will be available to certain beneficiaries effective November 7, 2011.
The “Fixed Percentage Option” gives beneficiaries who have physical trauma based Liability insurance (including self-insurance) settlements of $5,000 or less the ability to resolve Medicare’s recovery claim by paying Medicare 25% of the total liability insurance settlement instead of using the current recovery process.
Information, instructions and model language are listed in the Medicare Beneficiary & Attorney tool kit sections of the MSPRC’s website. Links to this information are provided below.
Link for beneficiary: http://www.msprc.info/index.cfm?content=includes/toolkits/beneficiary_nghp
Link for attorney: http://www.msprc.info/index.cfm?content=includes/toolkits/attorney_nghp
On September 30, 2011, the MSPRC added a Self-Service Information feature to its Customer Service Line. The following was posted on the MSPRC Website:
The MSPRC Self Service Information Feature
The MSPRC is adding a Self-Service Information feature to its Customer Service Line. This new feature gives callers the ability to get the most up-to-date Demand and Conditional Payment amounts as well as the dates those letters were issued without having to speak with a Customer Service Representative. Some additional benefits include: Continue reading “MSPRC New Self-Service Information Feature”