Court ruling limits demands for records

December 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;Dec2010, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p140
The article reports on the ruling of the Appellate Division of New Jersey in the case, Selective Insurance Co. versus Hudson East Pain Management, which limits the document demands of insurers for medical records in the country.


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