<<Wouldn't the T-baggers simply look at this as good business? Charge what the market will bare. Buyer beware. If you don't want to pay a $56,000 bill, then don't get sick. . . They would also support the insurance company kicking the patient to the curb.>> Actually I support Aetna doing exactly what they did. They paid the bill to avoid burdening their policy holder, then sued the doctor for hid outrageous bill.I hope Aetna wins.Seattle Pioneer
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