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Third-Party Payor Litigation

As any healthcare provider knows, its relationships with third-party payors are integral to the efficient and effective provision of healthcare to its patients. Accordingly, negotiating and executing contracts with third-party payors is critical to the provider receiving timely and complete reimbursement for the services it provides. But enforcing a third-party payor’s compliance with the terms of those contracts can be just as important even, or perhaps especially, if such enforcement necessitates litigation. Given the importance of these third-party payor relationships to a healthcare provider’s financial stability, healthcare litigation frequently arises in connection with third-party payor contracts both in the context of enforcing the terms of those contracts and through the payor appeals process.

Enforcing Contracts with Third-Party Payors

Third-Party Payor Appeals

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