Health Care Law

N.J. Supreme Court Rules on Providers' Discovery Obligations

, The Legal Intelligencer


On July 18, the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that a health care provider has no duty on account of an assignment of benefits executed by an insured to provide an insurer with information relative to the provider's ownership structure, billing practices or referral methods of the providers from whom an insured received treatment. The case is styled as Selective Insurance Co. of America v. Hudson East Pain Management, 46 A.3d 1272 (2012).

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