Health care provider bankruptcies differ from garden variety Chapter 11 cases. They address patient care, record-keeping and privacy rights, sometimes with intermediary oversight by a court-appointed patient care ombudsman. These bankruptcies include disputed bankruptcy court jurisdiction over provider reimbursements and payer claims reconciliation processes relative to exhaustion of administrative remedies, the automatic stay and setoff and recoupment rights, as well as disagreements over the treatment of provider agreement obligations in free and clear sales and assignments of executory contracts under Sections 363(f) and 365 of the Bankruptcy Code.
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