Mich. Comp. Laws § 550.1502. Contracts for reimbursement with professional health care providers; private provider-patient relationship; methods of diagnosis or treatment not to be restricted; refusal to reimburse for overutilized services; list of providers; recommendation of provider as misdemeanor; symbol of participation; health maintenance organization not impeded; contracts subject to MCL 550.1504 to 550.1518; participation of freestanding surgical outpatient facility; optometry services; status of license or registration; chiropractic service; physical therapist or physical therapist assistant services: The Nonprofit Health Care Corporation Reform Act – Michigan

Status: Enacted
Year Enacted: 1980
Year Amended: 2014
File: Download

A health care corporation shall not restrict the methods of diagnosis or treatment of professional health care providers who treat members. A health care corporation may refuse to reimburse a health care provider for health care services that are overutilized, including those services rendered, ordered, or prescribed to an extent that is greater than reasonably necessary

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