For over three 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. With our enormous caseload of administrative appeals, the Center has a unique database that allows us to identify patterns of improper Medicare denials and barriers to a fair appeal process. We litigate on behalf of older adults and people with disabilities to make systemic improvements to Medicare, often in partnership with other health care advocates and law firms providing pro bono assistance. The Center also files amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) briefs in cases that may have a significant impact on the health care of older adults and people with disabilities.
For more information on our litigation work, please view our cases, amicus curiae activity, archive, and top litigation news, below.
- Federal Court Dismisses Home Health Aide Lawsuit
- Center Supports Coverage of Gender Affirming Care in Amicus Brief
- Center for Medicare Advocacy Sues, Again, for Coverage of “Off-label” Prescription Drug
- Reminder: Questions or Comments on Proposed Clarification in Hospital “Observation Status” Case Due November 25
- Wilson Sonsini Firm Honored for its Pro Bono Work on Center’s “Observation Status” Case
- Notice to the Class of a Proposed Clarification in Hospital “Observation Status” Case
- Supreme Court to Hear Nursing Home Case with Broad Implications for Litigation to Enforce Federal Laws
- Center for Medicare Advocacy Sues on Behalf of Medicare Beneficiaries Seeking Fair Access to Home Health Care
- Proposed Civil Rights Rule Marks Important Step in Restoring Health Care Protections
- Medicare Announces Development of Appeal Process for Certain Hospital “Observation Status” Patients