Kendall Heebink

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Health Insurer Accused of Parity Act Violations After Denial of Coverage

Evergreen Health and the Select Plus Plan they provide are facing suit over claims they violated a portion of the Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) when they denied coverage to an insurance...

Judge Rejects Bid to Block Hospital’s Vaccination Requirement

A suit involving Houston Methodist Hospital’s employee vaccine requirement was dismissed over the weekend after the plaintiff alleged that the hospital was putting its employees in a “forced human experiment” by requiring them to...

Surgeon Sues Indiana University Health, Alleging Monopolization

Indiana University Health, Inc., Indiana University Health Bloomington, Inc., and IU Health Bloomington Hospital, (IU Health) are being sued along with IU Health’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Dr. Daniel Handel, over allegations of monopolization, anticompetitive...

Pharmaceutical Companies Sued Over Generic Parkinson’s Medication

A host of pharmaceutical companies are under suit over allegations of patent infringement after they all filed Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDAs) with the FDA requesting permission to manufacture a medication for Parkinson’s Disease...

General Medicine Files Suit Against HHS, Seeking Review of Katrina-Era Overpayment Demands

General Medicine, P.C., (General Medicine) has filed suit against Xavier Becerra in his position as Acting Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. The suit comes after years of litigation and is...

Ascentium Claims Southern Oklahoma Women’s Health Breached Contracts, Owes Half a Million

Ascentium Capital, LLC, (Ascentium) a Delaware limited liability company, sued Southern Oklahoma Women’s Health, P.C., (Women’s Health) and Dr. Henry Ramirez Wednesday. The lawsuit follows allegations from Ascentium that Women’s Health failed to fulfill contractual...