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An administrative law judge upheld the administrative complaint that charged that the North Texas Specialty Physicians (NTSP), a physician group practicing in Forth Worth, Texas, collectively determined acceptable fees for physician services in negotiating contracts with health...
The Federal Trade Commission has issued an administrative complaint against a group of Texas physicians, charging that they unlawfully restrained competition, increasing the cost of health care for consumers in the Fort Worth area.
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice (DOJ) today released a detailed agenda for the final sessions of their joint hearings on health care and competition law and policy, to be held September 24-26, 2003 and September 30 - October 1, 2003. These hearings will be held at the FTC...
The Commission settled a September 15 2003 administrative complaint charging the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry with unlawfully restraining competition by enacting a rule that required a dentist to examine every child before a dental hygienist could provide preventive dental...
The Federal Trade Commission today issued a complaint against the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry alleging that it violated federal laws by illegally restricting the ability of dental hygienists to provide preventive dental services, including cleanings, sealants, and fluoride treatments,...
This week, a generic drug manufacturer, Apotex Corp., confirmed that it was commencing U.S. sales of a generic version of the GlaxoSmithKline plc (Glaxo) antidepressant, Paxil – a prescription drug with annual sales in excess of $2 billion. Apotex was able to launch the product earlier than...
A Georgia physician-hospital organization and its other associated physician groups settled charges that they entered into agreements to fix physician and hospital prices and refused to deal with insurance companies, except on collectively agreed-upon terms.
The Federal Trade Commission today announced it has settled charges that South Georgia Health Partners, L.L.C. (SGHP) – a large Georgia physician-hospital organization (PHO) – along with its five owner PHOs and three associated physician independent practice associations (IPAs) illegally entered...
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice (DOJ) today released a detailed agenda for the final sessions of their joint hearings on health care and competition law and policy to be held September 24-26, 2003, and September 30 - October 1, 2003. These hearings will be held at the FTC...
The Physician Network Consulting, L.L.C. of Baton Rouge Louisiana; Michael J. Taylor; Professional Orthopedic Services, Inc; The Bone and Joint Clinic of Baton Rouge, Inc.; Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic, L.L.C.; and Orthopaedic Surgery Associates of Baton Rouge, L.L.C. settled...
The Federal Trade Commission today announced a proposed consent agreement with a Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based independent practice association (IPA), the three orthopedic practices whose doctors are members of the IPA, the IPA's agent, and the agent's managing director, settling charges that the...
A network of doctors, hospitals, and its executive director, William R. Diggins, settled charges that they illegally engaged in price-fixing activities that raised health care costs in five Maine counties by negotiating jointly with third-party payers in a effort to obtain higher...
The Federal Trade Commission today has reached an agreement with a network of doctors and hospitals in northeast Maine, under which the organization will stop negotiating jointly on behalf of its members with third-party payors such as insurance companies. Today’s announcement of a proposed...
Two anesthesiologists groups settled charges that they entered into joint agreements to establish fees and services from Grossmont Medical Hospital in San Diego County. Specifically, the groups agreed on fees that both would demand from health care insurance companies and other third...
Following a public comment period, the Commission has approved the issuance of two final consent orders in the matters concerning Anesthesia Service Medical Group, Inc. and Grossmont Anesthesia Medical Group, Inc., as well as a letter to the commenter of record. The Commission vote to approve the...
A consent order prohibits a St. Louis, Missouri physicians’ organization from negotiating with third party payers on behalf of its member physicians and from refusing to deal with health insurance companies.
The Federal Trade Commission announced today that it has settled charges that a large physicians’ organization in the St. Louis, Missouri, greater metropolitan area engaged in price-fixing on behalf of its members. The proposed consent order with the Washington University Physician Network (WUPN...
With an administrative complaint issued on July 8, 2003 the Commission charged a San Francisco, California physicians’ organization with engaging in an agreement under which its competing members agreed collectively on the price and other terms on which they would enter into...
The Federal Trade Commission today issued an administrative complaint against California Pacific Medical Group, Inc., doing business as Brown & Toland, a San Francisco, California physicians' organization, for allegedly fixing the prices and terms under which its doctors would contract with...
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice (DOJ) today released a detailed schedule for a session of their joint hearings on health care and competition law and policy to be held June 25-26, 2003. These hearings, originally scheduled to be held at the FTC Conference Center, will now be...

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