A Somers Point physician has filed a class action againstAetna U.S. Healthcare for compensation and interest, allegingthat the HMO took advantage of its position by failing to paydoctors on time and, in some cases, failing to pay at all.

The case, Courtney v. Aetna U.S. Healthcare, L-6648-99,argues that Dr. Robert Courtney and thousands of other healthcare providers in New Jersey have lost thousands of dollars inthe past 11 years because the health maintenance organization didnot reimburse them properly.

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