(8) Required submission of information by or on behalf of liability insurance (including self-insurance), no fault insurance, and workers’ compensation laws and plans (A) Requirement On and after the first day of the first calendar quarter beginning after the date that is 18 months after December 29, 2007 , an applicable plan shall— (i) determine whether a claimant (including an individual whose claim is unresolved) is entitled to benefits under the program under this subchapter on any basis; and (ii) if the claimant is determined to be so entitled, submit the information described in subparagraph (B) with respect to the claimant to the Secretary in a form and manner (including frequency) specified by the Secretary. (B) Required information The information described in this subparagraph is— (i) the identity of the claimant for which the determination under subparagraph (A) was made; and (ii) such other information as the Secretary shall specify in order to enable the Secretary to make an appropriate determination concerning coordination of benefits, including any applicable recovery claim. Not later than 18 months after January 10, 2013 , the Secretary shall modify the reporting requirements under this paragraph so that an applicable plan in complying with such requirements is permitted but not required to access or report to the Secretary beneficiary social security account numbers or health identification claim numbers, except that the deadline for such modification shall be extended by one or more periods (specified by the Secretary) of up to 1 year each if the Secretary notifies the committees of jurisdiction of the House of Representatives and of the Senate that the prior deadline for such modification, without such extension, threatens patient privacy or the integrity of the secondary payer program under this subsection. Any such deadline extension notice shall include information on the progress being made in implementing such modification and the anticipated implementation date for such modification. (C) Timing Information shall be submitted under subparagraph (A)(ii) within a time specified by the Secretary after the claim is resolved through a settlement, judgment, award, or other payment (regardless of whether or not there is a determination or admission of liability). (D) Claimant For purposes of subparagraph (A), the term “claimant” includes— (i) an individual filing a claim directly against the applicable plan; and (ii) an individual filing a claim against an individual or entity insured or covered by the applicable plan. (E) Enforcement (i) In general An applicable plan that fails to comply with the requirements under subparagraph (A) with respect to any claimant may be subject to a civil money penalty of up to $1,000 for each day of noncompliance with respect to each claimant. The provisions of subsections (e) and (k) of section 1320a–7a of this title shall apply to a civil money penalty under the previous sentence in the same manner as such provisions apply to a penalty or proceeding under section 1320a–7a(a) of this title . A civil money penalty under this clause shall be in addition to any other penalties prescribed by law and in addition to any Medicare secondary payer claim under this subchapter with respect to an individual. (ii) Deposit of amounts collected Any amounts collected pursuant to clause (i) shall be deposited in the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund. (F) Applicable plan In this paragraph, the term “applicable plan” means the following laws, plans, or other arrangements, including the fiduciary or administrator for such law, plan, or arrangement: (i) Liability insurance (including self-insurance). (ii) No fault insurance. (iii) Workers’ compensation laws or plans. (G) Sharing of information The Secretary may share information collected under this paragraph as necessary for purposes of the proper coordination of benefits. (H) Implementation Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary may implement this paragraph by program instruction or otherwise. (I) Regulations Not later than 60 days after January 10, 2013 , the Secretary shall publish a notice in the Federal Register soliciting proposals, which will be accepted during a 60-day period, for the specification of practices for which sanctions will and will not be imposed under subparagraph (E), including not imposing sanctions for good faith efforts to identify a beneficiary pursuant to this paragraph under an applicable entity responsible for reporting information. After considering the proposals so submitted, the Secretary, in consultation with the Attorney General, shall publish in the Federal Register, including a 60-day period for comment, proposed specified practices for which such sanctions will and will not be imposed. After considering any public comments received during such period, the Secretary shall issue final rules specifying such practices.