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April 25, 2014 11:35 AM

St. Luke’s Hospital settles health insurance cases with accident victims

Over the past few years, the hospital refused to accept the health insurance of 930 patients injured in auto accidents. It instead went after higher payments from car insurance settlements intended for the victims. On Friday, the hospital committed to never do it again. The agreement is worth about $3.5 million plus attorney fees.

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