Doctor asserts price on a bill 'represents only an arbitrary amount that the providers never expected would be paid'
Kostecke argues that “[t]he face amount of such bills represents only an arbitrary amount that the providers never expected would be paid, given their preexisting agreements with the insurers that they would accept significantly lesser sums as full compensation.”
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