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More Woe for Ingenix and Its Clients (Updated)

The Health Law Section listserve this afternoon broke a story on a new case filed April 29, 2008 against Ingenix, Inc. and a number of payors in Connecticut U.S. District Court. The additional defendants include UnitedHealth Group Inc, Oxford Health Plans, Aetna Inc, Cigna Corp, Empire BlueCross BlueShield, Humana Inc, Group Health Ins Inc, Health Ins Plan of NY and Health Net Inc.

The district court case number is 3:2008cv00654

Link to the Justia docket information here.

Hat tip: James G.Fouassier, Esq.

Updated (2:04pm) The complaint itself is here.

The complaint alleges three counts:

I - RICO (18 USC 1962(c))
II - Sherman Act (15 USC 1)
III - Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act

Paragraphs 50 to 52 of the complaint reference the NY investigation and quote from AG press conferences.

See earlier Supraspinatus coverage on Ingenix matters by clicking the Ingenix tag at the foot of this post.

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