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Medicare Secondary Payment Bill Passes Through Congress

Congress has passed legislation sought by the insurance industry and other stakeholders since late 2008 that streamlines enforcement of the Medicare Secondary Payment program.

David Farber, a lawyer for the Medicare Advocacy Recovery Coalition (MARC), and a partner at Patton Boggs, in Washington, D.C., says passage of legislation produces “wins for Medicare beneficiaries, the Medicare Trust Fund and businesses resolving claims.”

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