Health Law Alert - July 2010: Comptroller's Audits Knocked Out: Down 2-0, the State Goes to the Bullpen


As Major League Baseball resumes play after the All-Star break, it appears that New York State is borrowing a page out of a big league manager's playbook by replacing its starting pitcher, the Comptroller's office, with the State Insurance Department in an effort to continue examining out-of-network healthcare providers.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Health Updates, Insurance Updates

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