Montana Co-Op Nabs Win In CSR Case, Feds Must Pay $5.7M For 2017

By Amy Lotven / September 11, 2018 at 7:51 PM
The federal government is obligated to reimburse Montana Health Cooperative around $5.7 million owed in cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments after it ended disbursements last October, a federal court said Tuesday. The decision is likely to reverberate throughout the health care industry, the law firm Crowell & Moring, which represents the co-op and several other plans seeking reimbursement for the fourth quarter 2017 payments, wrote in an alert shortly after the ruling. The judges in the remaining cases, which includes one...

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