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N.Y. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced his Administration has banned a first round of 18 doctors and other health service providers from billing New York’s no-fault auto insurance system as part of an extensive and ongoing Department of Financial Services (DFS) investigation.

This action is part of the Cuomo Administration’s statewide initiative to stop fraudulent health service providers and medical mills that abuse the no-fault insurance system, and cost New Yorkers hundreds of millions of dollars in unnecessary insurance costs.

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