Orlando Health is suing Liberty HealthShare in federal court

Liberty HealthShare is back in federal court, this time from a Florida-based health system.

The Jackson City Department of Health has been accused of instructing its members to hide their membership so they could “illegitimately” receive reduced rates for their medical care.

Orlando Health, a nonprofit health system with 3,200 beds in central Florida, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Florida on June 9. It wants a judge’s order to take full account of all medical services provided by the health care system to members of Liberty, a non-profit Christian organization in which members across the country pay each other eligible medical claims.

The case was assigned to U.S. District Judge Paul G. Byron.

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