Aetna Seeks To Dodge Sleep Apnea Reimbursements Suit

By Danielle Nichole Smith (May 17, 2018, 8:08 PM EDT) -- Aetna urged a Pennsylvania federal court Wednesday to toss certain claims from a Florida sleep center's proposed class action alleging the insurer was not paying enough for out-of-network claims, arguing that some of the allegations are unsupported and redundant.

Aetna Inc. and Aetna Life Insurance Co. argued in their motion to dismiss that Florida Apnea Diagnostics did not allege any claims specifically against Aetna and that two of the sleep center's three Employee Retirement Income Security Act claims were duplicative of the other. Additionally, Florida Apnea Diagnostics failed to show that it was entitled to any benefits in its allegations relating...

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