N.J.S.A 17:48F-23 Providers enjoined from billing enrollees, beneficiaries under order of rehabilitation.

17:48F-23 Providers enjoined from billing enrollees, beneficiaries under order of rehabilitation.

23. In the event that an order of rehabilitation or liquidation is granted, the order may enjoin providers from billing enrollees and their beneficiaries for health care services provided. In the course of a rehabilitation proceeding, the court may allow reformation of enrollee and provider contracts, or other restructuring of outstanding liabilities, or transfer of the business to another prepaid prescription service organization. A primary goal of the restructuring or transfer shall be the provision of uninterrupted services to enrollees of the organization. In the course of a rehabilitation proceeding, a plan for settling the claims of general creditors shall not be deemed to be inequitable or to constitute preferential treatment if the amount of reimbursement for an outstanding claim depends, in part, on the estimated increase or decrease in future or prior claims of the creditor.

L.1997,c.380,s.23.

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