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M.S.A. §62R.06

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Health Care Service Contracts

A health care provider cooperative may execute agreements to provide health care services to the enrollees or members of a health care network cooperative, or health plan, or health maintenance organization, or other purchaser.  The agreement may allow for the purchaser to pay for services on a capitated or risk sharing basis, fee for service, or other financial arrangement.  Minnesota law specifically provides that any such agreements between a provider cooperative and a purchaser is not a violation of restraint of trade laws.  Agreements regarding the price charged, allocation of resources, or quality are also not unreasonable restraints on trade.

Related Laws:  M.S.A. §62R.01

Current as of June 2015