RIVERSIDE, Calif., March 30, 2017 /360WiseNews/ — According to a lawsuit filed in the federal District Court in the Northern District of California in San Jose, the experience of one patient, Jonathan Davidson, puts a spotlight on the large companies Hewlett Packard Enterprise and United HealthCare seeking to manipulate healthcare payment systems by cutting off a patient’s life-saving care, as alleged in the lawsuit in which Mr. Davidson’s Jonathan Davidson Law Firm is representing him. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HP) plans a merger this week with another giant computer services company, Computer Sciences Corporation, which has repeatedly been charged with systematically engaging in false or fraudulent practices in its business with Medicaid, the British National Health Service and others. In the merger, 120,000 or so HP employees are set to be “spun off” into a newly created HP-CSC merger company called “DXC Technology,” with their prior HP sponsored health plan replaced by a “private exchange model” adopted for its “lower cost structure” for HP.
According to Jonathan Davidson, his case exemplifies the abuses that victimize millions of ill patients, including employees and others with company or group medical coverage, and also the public and taxpayers through inflated medical and health insurance costs. Keep Reading