Lack of Understanding of Medicare Conditional Payment Costs Plaintiff Significant Litigation, Money
On August 21, 2020, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota published its opinion on Estate of William Fisher v. Azar. It found that because the Medicare Appeals Council (MAC) did not comply with federal regulations when it conducted a full de novo review of the Administrative Law Judge’s decision, the Court recommends the matter be remanded to the MAC so that it can consider the procurement cost offset issue, the only issue that Plaintiff raised in its appeal. ...
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