In Southwest Fiduciary v. Willingham, an Indiana court of appeals ruled that the state’s Medicaid lien on the settlement proceeds must be based upon the actual payments made by Medicaid and not the total amount billed by the healthcare provider.
An Arizona Court of Appeals held that Ahlborn is applicable to reduce Arizona Medicaid’s recovery of a lien against a 3rd party tort recovery.
A class action has been certified as it relates to application of Ahlborn to Missouri Medicaid liens.
A Florida Circuit Court Follows Ahlbornand significantly reduces Medicaid Lien
Favorable decision for the plaintiff brought under 1983 seeking an Ahlborn reduction.
In a sure to be cited case, a Federal Judge in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania follows the Ahlborn decision and cuts a Medicaid lien by more than 50%.
This is a summary of the Florida post-Ahlborn case law.
The Price decision illustrates the need to present evidence, at a hearing, regarding the total value of an injury claim for purposes of an Ahlborn reduction.
Armstrong v. Cansler affirms the Andrews v. Haygood decision that NC's Medicaid lien statute does not violate the US Supreme Court's holding in Ahlborn.