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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Court Terminates Oversight of Medicaid Recertification, But Rules that Salazar Class Members May Continue to Receive Assistance from Class Counsel

In a decision rendered on October 18, 2013, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that it would end its oversight of the protection of due process rights of the Salazar plaintiff class at the time of recertification for Medicaid benefits because of a new federal regulation changing the procedures for Medicaid recertification to a passive system.   The District of Columbia stated in court papers that the new passive system will be fully in place for the Salazar plaintiff class by October 2014.  Although the district court ended its oversight of the Medicaid recertification system, it stated:  “members of the plaintiff class can also contact Plaintiffs' counsel, as they have been doing over the years, to obtain legal assistance.”  Therefore, Terris, Pravlik & Millian, LLP will continue to assist Medicaid beneficiaries in the Salazar class who have problems recertifying their Medicaid benefits.  To read the Court’s decision, use this link


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