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Monday, September 10, 2018

CMS has scheduled another webinar for Wed., Sept 19, 2018

Commercial Repayment Center Portal (CRCP) Overview Webinar Wednesday, September 19 th, 2018 CMS will be hosting a webinar to present an overview of the Commercial Repayment Center Portal (CRCP) functions.

For this webinar, the format will be opening remarks by CMS, followed by the overview presentation of the CRCP functionality.

If you have any questions regarding the current functionality of the CRCP or recommendations regarding enhancements you would like to see in the future, please submit them to prior to the webinar.

Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Time: 1:00 PM ET

Webinar Login URL:

Or Conference Dial In: 877-251-0301
Conference Passcode: 4294706

Please begin logging and dialing in approximately 15 minutes before the start time due to the large number of participants.

The Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) program is in place to ensure that Medicare is aware of situations where it should not be the primary, or first, payer of claims. If a beneficiary has Medicare and other health insurance, Coordination of Benefits (COB) rules decide which entity pays first. There are a variety of methods and programs used to identify situations in which Medicare beneficiaries have other insurance that is primary to Medicare. Activities related to the collection, management, and reporting of other insurance coverage for beneficiaries is performed by the Benefits Coordination & Recovery Center (BCRC).

Also note that the August 16, 2018 MSPRP Overview Webinar presentation is now available. Click here. As a reminder, you may still submit questions to us concerning the current functionality of the MSPRP, or recommendations for future MSPRP enhancements. Submissions may be made to until August 24th.

See also:
MSPRP User Guide - Available under the ‘Reference Material’ menu option of the MSPRP Application (

A curriculum of training materials to assist you, go to: -

Jon L. Gelman of Wayne NJ is the author of NJ Workers’ Compensation Law (West-Thomson-Reuters) and co-author of the national treatise, Modern Workers’ Compensation Law (West-Thomson-Reuters).

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