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MSPRC Changes Mailing Address and Fax Number

The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Contractor (MSPRC) has announced changes to their correspondence mailing address and fax number. The MSPRC Main Number remains the same at 1(866)677-7220. The following update is directly from the MSPRC website, www.msprc.info.

* By Mail

Group Health Plan (GHP) Inquiries and Checks (e.g. all GHP checks and inquires including Congressional, FOIA, Bankruptcy and QIC/ALJ)

MSPRC – GHP
P.O. Box 138856
Oklahoma City, OK 73113

Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) Inquiries and Checks (e.g. all NGHP checks and inquires including Liability, No-Fault, Workers Compensation, Congressional, FOIA, Bankruptcy, Liquidation Notices and QIC/ALJ)MSPRC – NGHP
P.O. Box 138832
Oklahoma City, OK 73113

Special Projects (e.g. all Product Liability Case Inquiries and Special Project Checks)
MSPRC – Special Projects
P.O. Box 138868
Oklahoma City, OK 73113

* By Fax

MSPRC Correspondence (On your fax coversheet, please identify your correspondence as GHP or NGHP)
405-869-3309

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