Franco Signor MSP Blog Named the Industry’s Best

03 May 2017 Jesse Hamby No Comments

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Once again in 2017, Franco Signor’s Medicare Secondary Payer compliance blog has been chosen by as the best MSP blog in the industry.  We want to thank all of you who took the time to nominate our blog this year. In addition, we want to thank the thousands of Franco Signor blog readers visiting our site each month. Franco Signor CLO Heather …

Expanded Recoveries on the Horizon

12 Apr 2017 John Williams No Comments

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In a recent blog, Heather Sanderson highlighted the success of MSP Recovery LLC (Plaintiff) certifying a class of Florida Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs) that had claims where a non-group health plan (NGHP) failed to make primary payment.   In the filings, the Plaintiff is indicating that they have access to data from the Defendant, MAO, DMV, ISO, and CMS.   With this …


In MSPA Claims 1, LLC v. Ocean Harbor Casualty Insurance out of the Eleventh Circuit in Miami-Dade County, Florida, a class has been certified by all Florida Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs) against a no-fault insurer for failure to provide reimbursement for Medicare Advantage conditional payments by its enrollees. We have previously blogged about other similar litigation by this Plaintiff (link …

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In a decision out of the Southern District of Florida, Shapiro v. Secretary of HHS, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 42278 (March 23, 2017), the District Court affirmed a final decision of the Medicare Appeals Council (“MAC”) rejecting a Medicare beneficiary’s challenge to Medicare’s conditional payment recovery. The Medicare beneficiary Plaintiff, Barbara Shapiro (“Shapiro”), was injured in an automobile accident with …

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A Complaint has been filed in the State of Utah by its Attorney General to force four of its largest asbestos bankruptcy trusts to comply with civil investigative demands (CIDs) seeking information regarding whether the trusts were failing to reimburse Medicare and Medicaid for medical expenditures. The Complaint was filed March 7th in Salt Lake City. A copy of the …

For Your Consideration – 2017 Best Blogs Nomination

03 Mar 2017 Jesse Hamby No Comments

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In 2016, Franco Signor’s Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance blog was honored to be named one of the best blogs of the year by We strive to deliver the most timely and relevant MSP insight in the industry. Through years of experience, the Franco Signor team continues to be on the cutting edge of the most complex legal, claims and regulatory issues facing …

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