San Antonio microhospital sued for alleged overbilling

The Woodlands, Texas-based Emerus Holdings, which owns Baptist Emergency Hospital, does not discuss pending lawsuits, a spokesperson informed MySanAntonio. The claim was filed in late September and Emerus has actually not responded to the complaint, according to the report..

A former patient has actually taken legal action against Baptist Emergency situation Healthcare facility in San Antonio and its owner for apparently fraudulently overcharging for lab work to generate greater compensations, according to a Nov. 5 report at MySanAntonio.

The previous client, Kenneth Keslar II, declares the microhospital performed a plan that involved billing separately for tests examined as part of a panel instead of billing for the panel. This is described as “unbundling,” according to the report..

Mr. Keslar is looking for $100,000 in damages. Hes also looking for to accredit his suit as a class action..

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