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Obamacare Preventive Services Coverage Row Proceeds in Texas

A group of religious objectors can proceed with a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare’s requirement that health insurers pay in full for certain preventive health-care services, including a drug to prevent HIV infections, a federal court in Texas said.

Insurers Ask Supreme Court to Review Damages in ACA Pay Case

The U.S. government must repay health insurers in full for money they lost by lowering members’ deductibles, copays, and coinsurance under an Obamacare program designed to make plans more affordable, two insurers told the U.S. Supreme Court.

Roche Diagnostics, Pharmacies End Fraud Suit for $43 Million

Priority Healthcare Corp. will pay Roche Diagnostics Corp. $43 million to settle a suit alleging it violated federal law by filing fraudulent insurance claims for diabetic test strips that led Roche to improperly pay insurers rebates for the product.

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Can Businesses Win Fight Over Covid-19 Insurance Claims?

A growing number of businesses are suing their insurers over denied business interruption insurance claims due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But will they be successful?

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