Ministry of Health estate to sue administration company for excess charges



By Rick Archer (December 2, 2021, 6:32 p.m. EST) – A Georgia bankruptcy exemptions judge on Thursday gave a healthcare sharing department approval to liquidate and pursue $ 574 million in claims against the company management who, according to ministry officials, took most of their contributions and left them with hundreds of millions of unpaid medical bills.

In a brief virtual hearing, U.S. bankruptcy judge John Dorsey approved Sharity Ministries Inc.’s undisputed Chapter 11 liquidation plan, under which a trustee will assume a member board’s claims against Aliera Cos. bankruptcy.

According to court documents, Georgia-based Sharity was established in June 2018 as …

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