District Court Reaffirms Decision in Favor of Hospitals that Split Costs for Training Residents at a Nonhospital Site

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In Medcenter One Health Systems v. Leavitt, the United States District Court for the District of North Dakota reaffirmed its October 2009 order granting summary judgment in favor of the plaintiff hospitals in a dispute over medical education reimbursement. The government moved for the court to reconsider its October decision, but the court found that the motion for reconsideration was merely an attempt to re-litigate issues that were briefed and decided in the original opinion. Thomas W. Coons and Mark A. Stanley of Ober|Kaler look at the decision.

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