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Medical Malpractice – Medicare Reimbursement – Viable Claim (access required)

A man who alleges defendant Kaiser Permanente's physician delayed his treatment for a leg injury and the facility later failed to provide proper post-surgical treatment can sue for medical malpractice, even though he already has received reimbursement from Medicare for his surgery. The Supreme Court's decision in Heckler v. Ringer, 466 U.S. 602 (1984), indisputably applies ...

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