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Medicare Secondary Payer and MMSEA (Section 111) Compliance

Practice Contact: Barrye Panepinto Miyagi
barrye.miyagi@taylorporter.com
​225.381.0207

Taylor Porter represents clients by focusing on the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and the related reimbursement and reporting obligations. 

With substantial experience in the defense of occupational exposure, toxic tort, products liability, and other personal injury claims, Taylor Porter attorneys remain abreast of the Medicare regulations, the mandatory reporting obligations as well as the related case law and guidance which continues to evolve.

Our attorneys counsel clients through Medicare-related issues arising from personal injury litigation and settlements to ensure that our clients are able to adequately and competently comply with Medicare reporting and reimbursement obligations and other related federal and state regulations.

Representative Experience

  • Implementing Medicare reporting and compliance programs for major oil companies.
  • Establishing internal guidelines for compliance with the Medicare Secondary Payer statutes and Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007.
  • Evaluating Section 111 registration and reporting obligations.
  • Identifying and minimizing risks of future Medicare-related claims, penalties, and fines arising out of payments to Medicare beneficiaries.


Representative Matters

  • Evaluated Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plan interests in personal injury awards or settlement funds paid to plaintiffs and assisted clients with assessment of any related risks.
  • Successfully opposed numerous Motions to Enforce Settlements in which Medicare's interests were not protected.
  • Led defense efforts resulting in Medicare Case Management Order for the 19th Judicial District Court, Parish of East Baton Rouge.
  • ​Established Medicare compliance programs for major oil companies.


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