Last week, in MSPA Claims 1 v. Kingsway Amigo Ins. Co., the 11th Circuit addressed the appropriate application of the statute of limitations under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSPA). At issue in the matter, was whether the Plaintiff, an assignee of a Medicare Advantage Organization (MAO), timely pursued a claim against the Defendant, a primary payer. The Plaintiff alleged Defendant failed to reimburse an MAO for conditional payments made.
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