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BC sues Telus Health over extra billing allegations

Briefs | 12/02/2022 12:56 pm EST
Babylon by TELUS Health app. /Photo via Telus.

The government of British Columbia is suing Telus Corp.‘s Telus Health, claiming that doctors who sign up for its LifePlus program are refusing to see patients unless the patients also sign up for the program. That constitutes extra billing, which is forbidden, the province states.

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