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New MSPRC Alert Regarding Suspension of Final Demand and RAR Letters

This Just In:

The Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Contractor has issued an alert on their website,, notifying of a temporary suspension of the issuance if Final Demand and Rights and Responsibilities letters.

Alert: Issuance of the Rights and Responsibilities (RAR) and Demand letters has been temporarily suspended

Issuance of the Rights and Responsibilities (“RAR”) and Demand letters has been temporarily suspended while these letters are under review. The MSPRC is still working cases, and the RAR and Demand letters will be mailed out once appropriate revisions have been made.” From Jason D. Lazarus, Esq, CEO of Synergy Settlement Services has written a complete explanation on the MSPRC suspensions, and the recent Haro v. Sebelius decision in Arizona. CLICK HERE to learn more about this matter.

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