Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, New Jersey’s largest health insurer, has agreed to settle a federal class action by ambulatory surgical centers who claim they were shortchanged on reimbursements for out-of-network care.

The deal requires cash payments totaling $22 million, but class counsel Bruce Nagel says it is worth more than $200 million due to other provisions, the value of which remains to be quantified.

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