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Sutter Health To Settle Price-Gouging Claims

Law360 (August 8, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A California hospital chain has agreed to reimburse patients who claim they were overcharged because they did not have insurance, bringing an end to a class action suit filed against the company in 2004.

Sacramento-based Sutter Health may offer patients discounts or refunds of up to 45% to settle charges that the chain overcharged patients without health insurance and then employed aggressive methods to collect payments.

Uninsured patients who were treated at any of Sutter’s 25 hospitals between September 2000 and last week and have begun...
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