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2017-03/04: AHCCCS Balance Billing Update on Abbott v. Banner Health Network:

March 30th, 2017 11:08:17 am


AHCCCS Balance BillingAbbott v. Banner Health Network:

 

 

The U.S. Supreme Court denied Abbott’s Petition for a Writ of Certiorari regarding the Arizona Supreme Court’s decision issued on May 23, 2016 regarding the “Closed-Lien Plaintiffs” (the fifteen plaintiffs who had settled their hospital AHCCCS balance billing liens with the hospitals filing Lien Releases, prior to the litigation). The Arizona Supreme Court held that the “Closed-Lien Plaintiffs” hospital AHCCCS balance billing lien settlements were supported by adequate consideration and therefore the agreements were valid and not void for illegality. Note that the trial court’s injunction against AHCCCS balance billing is still in force and the case involving the “Open-Lien Plaintiffs” (who had not settled their hospital AHCCCS balance billing liens) will now continue in the trial court, with anticipated further litigation concerning the legality of hospital AHCCCS balance billing and related issues. Information on this case including pleadings is available at http://www.lienfall.com/



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