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Cost-Sharing Reduction Class Action in Court of Federal Claims Continues to Move Forward

July 3, 2018, Covington Alert

In April, in Common Ground HealthCare Cooperative v. United States, 17-877C (Fed. Cl. April 17, 2018) the Court of Federal Claims granted Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative’s motion for class certification. The certified class includes all insurers offering Qualified Health Plans (QHP) under the ACA for the 2017 or 2018 benefit year that reduced cost-sharing to eligible beneficiaries, but did not receive payment from the federal government.

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