As we all know, Medicare’s MSPRC agent has caused a ruckus with its freeze on issuance of Final Demands. This means you cannot pay Medicare liens right now. We think Haro v. Sebelius, a U.S. District Court of Arizona case is the cause for the Medicare lien freeze. See our analysis below:
- Haro v. Sebelius – No Interest During Waiver/Appeals
- Haro v. Sebelius – How it Effects Settlement
- Haro v. Sebelius – Medicare Collections
But what if Medicare liens were going as normal? What if you were receiving Final Demands and working the appeals process? What would you do if you ran into a “Haro” situation? We’ll post our opinion in a few days.