As an employer offering a group health plan or an association offering a multi-employer group health plan, you must comply with the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) statute and regulations (the MSP laws). These laws establish Medicare as the secondary payer to group health plan or multi-employer group health plan coverage in certain instances of dual healthcare coverage. The MSP laws are complex and can be confusing to even a seasoned healthcare administrator.
This section has been designed to provide a general overview of what your group or association needs to know about MSP and related issues. It's purely informational, does not modify your policy or coverage in any way, and should not be construed as legal advice or opinion.
MSP Change Form – Form used for employer groups and multiple employer groups to report group size and Medicare beneficiary changes to Premera that may impact MSP rules.
MSP Demand Letter Overview – Guidelines for employer groups and multiple employer groups on how to respond to MSP demand letters.
MSP Overview for Employer Groups – A document that provides employer groups an overview of what they need to know about MSP and related issues.
Understanding MSP for Employer Groups – Guidelines for employer groups participating in a multiple employer group health plan requesting exceptions to the MSP Working Aged Rule.
MSP Overview for Multiple Employer Group Health Plans – A document that provides multiple employer groups and their participating employers an overview of what they need to know about MSP and related issues.
Understanding MSP for Multiple Employer Group Health Plans – Guidelines for multiple employer group health plans requesting exceptions to the MSP Working Aged Rule.