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MARC Coalition Supports Medicare Secondary Payer Enhancement Act (MSPEA)/H.R. 4796
Date:3/10/2010

e streamlining the payment process and providing all parties to a claim certainty and finality.

"The current Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) process places considerable impediments upon the flow of needed information, beneficiaries' ability to settle claims, and everyone's ability to promptly reimburse the Medicare trust fund," said Roy Franco, co-chairperson of MARC and director of risk management services for Safeway Inc. "These roadblocks discourage settlement, slow down the return of trust fund dollars, and ultimately rendering many cases involving Medicare beneficiaries unsettlable."

"MARC appreciates the leadership role that Congressman Patrick Murphy and Congressman Tim Murphy have taken in introducing this legislation," said Katie Fox, co-chairperson of MARC and MSP Compliance & Resolution Manager for MedInsights, Inc. "This bill includes several major innovations that allow the trust fund and Medicare beneficiaries get reimbursed quicker and all parties get certainty and finality regarding a claim. The Congressmen's efforts demonstrate the bi-partisan cooperation needed to streamline the current system to the benefit of Medicare recipients, companies and the trust fund. We encourage other lawmakers to follow their lead and to co-sponsor this bill."


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