When Can Medical Providers have Standing under the MSP?
Heather Schwartz Sanderson
A Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan recently allowed a health care provider to proceed with a claim against a patient's no-fault auto insurance carrier for the full cost of its services, as well as double damages, through a private cause of action under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP). When reading the Opinion and Order (click here to view the Opinion and Order), it is interesting to note that the dispute here is between a medical provider and a no-fault ...
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