Workers' Compensation

Impact of the Secondary Payer Act on Workers' Compensation

, The Legal Intelligencer


The time has come to consider the long-term impact of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act on workers' compensation claims. Five years ago, Medicare reinvigorated its focus on the Secondary Payer Act by imposing reporting requirements under Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007, which first became effective May 1, 2009. Section 111 added mandatory reporting requirements for liability insurers (including entities that self-insure), no-fault insurers and workers' compensation insurers (nongroup health plan insurers or NGHPs) providing coverage to Medicare beneficiaries.

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