Medicare Lien Resolution

Faster Medicare Lien Resolution Processes and Timely Updates

At MASSIVE, we know that Medicare impacts millions of Americans and that Medicare lien laws become more complex all the time. The task of lien resolution became more complex in 2007 when President Bush signed the Medicare, Medicaid, & SCHIP Extension Act (MMSEA) and then in 2013 when President Obama signed the Strengthening Medicare and Repaying Taxpayers Act (SMART). These changes, along with Medicare now covering more than 50 Million Americans, put stress on both your law firm and the Medicare Trust Fund. Medicare liens exist and Medicare requires repayment of its “liens” because Medicare is considered a secondary payer of benefits.

The MASSIVE Team understands the importance of monitoring and accounting for the continuous changes made to the Medicare Lien Resolution Process. Modifying our proprietary software to cater to the constant changes made by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services allows our Team to continue to provide the highest quality Medicare Lien Resolution services, so that your client's get the best results.

MASSIVE can be of assistance to you by:

  • Streamlining the entire lien resolution process and providing you with timely reports of updated information
  • Monitoring activity at offices like the BCRC, and CMS regional offices that constantly change internal procedures relating to liens and collection of those liens
  • Negotiating directly with these offices to reduce each Medicare lien and eliminate unrelated charges
  • Filing appeals, waivers or financial hardship documents with the appropriate Medicare offices when necessary to reduce the lien.
  • Initiating contact with government agencies all over the country that administer and enforce all Medicare rules and regulations.
  • Expediting and consolidating all practices and procedures for each case to complete lien resolution and free up law firm cash flow.

Contact the Medicare Lien Resolution Attorneys at MASSIVE

Our lien resolution experts can review your cases and manage the entire Medicare Lien Resolution Process. Contact MASSIVE today and schedule your free initial consultation.