In his Insurance Fraud column, Evan H. Krinick, a partner with Rivkin Radler LLP, writes: The Superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services has issued an emergency regulation that may make it easier to bar health care providers - temporarily and permanently - who are suspected of engaging in no-fault insurance fraud from demanding payments from insurance carriers for services they claim to have provided. If the new rule succeeds in its goal of reducing fraud, it will benefit not only insurance companies operating in New York but also the state's consumers and all legitimate health care providers.
Regulation Barring Health Care Providers From No-Fault Program
New York Law Journal
November 2, 2012
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