Thursday, September 18, 2003

Another North Texas physicians' group charged with price-fixing.

The FTC has filed a complaint against yet another north Texas IPA. (See my earlier post on the last such action, in June of this year.) You can get a copy of the administrative complaint here. This IPA denies the charges of concerted refusal to deal and price-fixing by the 600-member group, which the FTC claims is not a risk-sharing entity and is neither clinically nor financially integrated.
posted by tommayo, 2:14 PM

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