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Medicare: RAR Letters Return; No Update for Final Demands

Medicare’s MSPRC.info website no longer lists an alert regarding the halt on Final Demands and Rights & Responsibilities letters.  We are investigating to determine whether the MSPRC has restarted the Final Demand process and the beginnings of the Conditional Payment process.  We will update this blog as soon as we are certain of changes.

For more immediate updates, please follow our twitter account http://twitter.com/#!/LienResolve.

UPDATE: The MSPRC has posted an alert that Rights & Responsibilities letters will be reinstated on June 10, 2011.  From the MSPRC.info website:

ALERT UPDATE: Issuance of the Demand letters is temporarily suspended – Review of the Rights and Responsibilities letter is complete

The Demand letter for liability insurance (including self-insurance), no-fault insurance and workers’ compensation has been temporarily suspended while this letter is under review. The MSPRC is still working cases, and Demand letters will be mailed out once this review is complete. Review of the Rights and Responsibilities letter (“RAR”) is complete. Issuance of the RAR is anticipated to resume on June 10, 2011. A copy of the revised RAR will be made available by that time on this website.

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About Ryan J. Weiner

Co-Founder of Lien Resolution Services, LLC, a national healthcare lien resolution firm. Our goal is to assist in the fair administration and resolution of healthcare liens on personal injury cases. Please visit our website for more information: www.lienresolutionusa.com.

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