Judge rules on portion of UPMC-Highmark Consent Decree


A Commonwealth Court judge Wednesday denied the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s attempts to extend indefinitely the Consent Decree between UPMC and Highmark, but kept alive other aspects of the case, including potential modifications and action against UPMC as a public charity.

A ruling Wednesday by Judge Robert Simpson expressly rejected Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s request to extend the Consent Decree indefinitely. That would essentially force the two companies to continue…

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