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Please find below all of the Center for Medicare Advocacy's active cases.

  • Bagnall v. Sebelius  No. 11-1703 (D.Conn.), filed November 3, 2011 Issue: Whether the Secretary's policy of allowing hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries to be placed in "observation status," rather than formally admitting them, deprives them of their Part A coverage in violation of the Medicare statute, the Administrative Procedure Act, the Freedom of Information Act, and the Due Process Clause.  Relief sought: ...
  • Fournier v. Leavitt  No. CV 08-2309-PHX-ROS (D.Ariz.), filed December 18, 2008. Appeal filed March 6, 2012 (No. 12-15478, 9th Cir.). Issue: Whether the Secretary's exclusion of coverage for dental care in extraordinary circumstances where the care is necessary to treat a medical condition violates the Medicare statute and policy provisions, and the Equal Protection Clause. Relief Sought: Declaratory judgment that the ...
  • Haro v. Johnson  No. 09-cv-134-TUC-DCB (D.Ariz.), filed March 10, 2009.  Appeal filed June 30, 2011 (No. 11-16606, 9th Cir.). Issue: Whether the Secretary's aggressive methods for attempting to collect payments under his Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) program, directed at beneficiaries and their attorneys, violates the Medicare statute and the Due Process Clause. Relief sought: Declaratory and injunctive relief prohibiting defendant's ...
  • Jimmo v. Sebelius  No. 11-cv-17 (D.Vt.), filed January 18, 2011   Issue: Whether the "Improvement Standard", which operates as a rule of thumb to terminate or deny Medicare coverage to beneficiaries who are not improving, violates substantive and procedural requirements of the Medicare statute, the Administrative Procedure Act, and the Freedom of Information Act, and the Due Process Clause of the ...
  • Prendergast v. Leavitt  No. 3:08-CV-1148 (AHN) (D. Conn.), filed July 31, 2008 Issue: Whether the use of a "stability" test to terminate home health coverage on the ground that the patient no longer needs skilled nursing care violates the Medicare statute and regulations. Relief Sought: Declaratory judgment, and temporary and permanent injunctive relief on behalf of an individual ...