Dialysis Newco, Inc. v. Community Health Systems Group Health Plan
The court determined that the ERISA plan's anti-assignment provision was not ambiguous and, therefore, was enforceable, so the benefit provider did not have standing to sue the plan administrator for allegedly underpaid claims.
health insurance, ERISA, medical benefits, administrator, usual and customary charges, assignment of benefits, standing, anti-assignment provision, ambiguous, choice-of-law provision, preemption
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