The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (“MSPRP”) is live and online through MSPRC.info. If you ever tried the automated phone system you know that was a massive failure that could not provide the information you needed. It didn’t really allow you to log complaints, request certain items, check on overdue statuses, etc.
So does the MSPRP work?
Maybe. We’re waiting on our account access right now. CMS and the MSPRC are being very careful, only providing corporate IDs to organizations who should receive access. We do have a sort of “backdoor” access through a client who graciously allowed us to use her individual access. Later in the week we will show you screenshots (with redactions) from her case.
From the MSPRC:
The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal is Live!
A new online Self-Service Tool to help manage your Medicare recovery case.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has implemented a new web-based tool designed to assist in the resolution of Liability Insurance, No-Fault Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation Medicare recovery cases. The new tool is called, The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSPRP).
The MSPRP gives users (attorneys, insurers, beneficiaries, and TPAs) the ability to access and update certain case specific information online. Activities that currently require written communication or telephone calls to the Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Contractor will soon be able to be done through the portal.
The MSPRP will allow users the ability to electronically perform the following activities:
- Submit Proof of Representation or Consent to Release documentation – Instead of mailing in an authorization, users will be able to upload authorizations through the portal.
- Request conditional payment information – Requesting an updated conditional payment amount or a copy of a current conditional payment letter will be as simple as clicking a few buttons.
- Dispute claims included in a conditional payment letter – Users will be able to view the claims listed on the conditional payment letter and dispute unrelated claims online.
- Submit case settlement information – Users will be able to input settlement information online and upload a copy of the settlement documentation through the portal.
Click here to learn how to register and access the portal. All information on the new portal is located in the Tool Kits section above.
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