Pa. Supreme Court grants attorney general right to appeal end of consent decree
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 The Pennsylvania Supreme Court late Tuesday granted Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro the right to appeal the ending of the UPMC-Highmark consent decree. Shapiro has been pushing to modify and extend the agreement between insurer and provider past the negotiated June 30 date as being in the public interest. The Commonwealth Court denied Shapiro's request for extension, saying the Supreme Court had ruled last year that the extension was firm. But, the Commonwealth Court said, Shapiro could…
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices on Thursday morning sharply questioned lawyers for the attorney general, Highmark and UPMC over whether the five-year consent... bizjournals Also reported by •Seattle Times •Mondaq •SeattlePI.com