Workers caught in Wisconsin health dispute
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, January 21, 2008
Thousands of people in eastern Wisconsin face changing doctors or paying a much larger share of their medical bills because of a legal dispute between Aurora Health Care and Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corp. The dispute comes less than a year after WPS and Aurora settled a previous lawsuit and counterclaim that touches on some of the same issues in the new lawsuit.
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