Garan Lucow Miller's Podcast

Evidence of What Third Parties Pay For Medical Services Is Relevant To Whether a Provider's Charges Are Reasonable

December 18, 2020 Garan Lucow Miller Season 1 Episode 13
Garan Lucow Miller's Podcast
Evidence of What Third Parties Pay For Medical Services Is Relevant To Whether a Provider's Charges Are Reasonable
Show Notes

In Episode 13, Robert Goldstein and Peter Worden discuss the Michigan Court of Appeals decision in Spectrum Health v Farm Bureau, which held that what third parties like Medicare or health insurers pay for medical services is relevant and can be admissible in a dispute over whether a provider's charges are "reasonable" under the No-Fault Act.