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Federal Court Keeps Virginia Medical Provider’s Insurance Dispute

An insurer may pursue a declaratory judgment action in federal court to determine if it has to defend a health-care practice in state lawsuits over the practice’s employment of a unlicensed therapist because the questions to be resolved aren’t implicated in the state cases, a federal court in Virginia said.

Battelle Unable to Stop CDC’s Pandemic Task Order to CSRA

Battelle Memorial Institute failed to show that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention improperly awarded a CSRA LLC $23 million task order for consultation and research services to prevent influenza epidemics and pandemics, the GAO said.

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Covid ‘Long-Haulers’ and Their Lingering Medical Bills

The scale and newness of the Covid-19 pandemic presents new questions about what treatments insurers will cover and who, ultimately, will pay for what could be years of medical care.

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