(CBS4)– The Supreme Court released a decision Tuesday morning that involves Denver-based DaVita Inc., one of the nation’s largest providers of dialysis. It involved a technical dispute about health insurance reimbursements for kidney dialysis.
The court rejected a claim from the company that the insurer’s low reimbursement rates violated federal law.
In a technical dispute about health insurance reimbursements for kidney dialysis, the Supreme Court sides with a health insurer, rejecting a claim from DaVita Inc. (one of the nation's largest providers of dialysis) that the insurer's low reimbursement rates violated federal law.
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The opinion from Brett Kavanaugh in Marietta Memorial Hospital Employee Health Benefit Plan v. DaVita can be read here: https://supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/20-1641_3314.pdf. Justice Kagan, joined by Justice Sotomayor, dissents in part.