Court: Provider doesn't have to hand over records

December 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;Dec2010, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p141
The article reports on the ruling in the U.S. case, Selective Insurance Co. versus Hudson East Pain Management, in which the court claims that health care providers should not be handing over medical records to insurers.


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