For over two decades, members of the Center's legal staff have been leaders in advancing Medicare coverage and due process rights through class action litigation and administrative advocacy. The Center has an enormous caseload and a unique database which allows us to identify and prove patterns of improper denials. This has been an invaluable asset in efforts to successfully resolve litigation and administrative negotiations.
For more information on our litigation work, please view our active and archived cases, or read some of our top litigation news, below.
- Court Allows Medicare “Rubber Stamp” Case to Go Forward and Certifies Nationwide Class
- Exley v. Burwell: Fairness Hearing on Class Action Settlement about Delays in ALJ Appeals Rescheduled to August 1, 2016
- Federal Judge Rules Case to Fix Broken Medicare Appeals System May Continue
- Center for Medicare Advocacy Sues to Fix Broken Medicare Appeals System
- Disappointing Decision from Court in Challenge to “Observation Status” Highlights Need to Pass Legislation
- Judge Approves Settlement in Jimmo vs. Sebelius After Court Hearing
- Settlement Reached to End Medicare’s “Improvement Standard”
- Appeal Rights Confirmed for Medicare Hospice Beneficiaries in Case Brought By Center for Medicare Advocacy
- Center for Medicare Advocacy Files Amicus Brief In Support Of the Affordable Care Act
- Press Release: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Federal Government to Improve Access to Medicare Coverage