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Medicare Conditional Payment Notices

Yesterday I saw more Conditional Payment Notices from Medicare in one day, than I had the entire month of April.  Conditional Payment Notices (“CPNs”) are different than Conditional Payment Letters (“CPLs”), but they should not concern you if you know how to respond.  This post will discuss what is a CPN, what do to with […]

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Medicare’s Self-Calculated Payment Amount: Pros and Cons

Yesterday we wrote about a new way to resolve Medicare Liens in our post: MSPRC to Offer Pre-Settlement Final Demands.  In that post we promised to analyze the pros and cons at a later date.  We stick to our promises at Lien Resolution Services.   The Benefits of Medicare’s Self-Calculated Payment Amount The most obvious benefit […]

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Does Medicare’s New Final Demand Comply with Haro?

On Monday, June 27, 2011, the Medicare Demand Freeze of 2011 ended.  It took the MSPRC and its parent organization, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) at least 50 days to rewrite the Medicare Final Demand Letter.  For weeks we speculated that Haro v. Sebelius had forced the MSPRC to end its […]

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Medicare’s New Rights & Responsibilities Letter

The MSPRC took 31 days to update its now infamous Rights & Responsibilities letter.   It is now at 34 days since the last Final Demand was issued by the MSPRC and that number will continue to increase.  As always, LRS will update our Twitter account and this blog whenever we have news on the return […]

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How Will You React to Haro v. Sebelius?

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 […]

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Benson v. Sebelius: Bad News for Plaintiffs?

This post has been delayed due to recent Medicare Alerts.  We apologize for said delay; however, we believe the recent Medicare Alerts are a higher concern.  We continue to monitor Medicare’s decision to halt issuance of Final Demands.  For updates, please continue to visit this blog at lienblog.wordpress.com or follow our twitter feed @LienResolve.   […]

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MSPRC Puts Final Demands on Hold

Sometime in early May the MSPRC decided to put a hold on the issuance of any and all Final Demands.  This means you cannot get a Final Demand for your Medicare lien.  Now we have to figure out why and if any actions can be taken. Haro v. Sebelius If you didn’t notice in the […]

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