SARTELL — A Central Minnesota soreness clinic shed its standing as an in-community supplier with Blue Cross and Blue Defend of Minnesota last fall following a review that lifted issues about client protection.

But according to Mike Hatch, lawyer for the Centre for Pain Management, the clinic disagrees with the stances taken by the review. Centre for Ache Management has areas in Sartell, Alexandria, Baxter and Bemidji.

In a statement furnished at the request of the St. Cloud Situations, Blue Cross and Blue Protect of Minnesota stated it terminated its agreement with the Middle for Suffering Administration on Oct. 1 following a review of affected person records, medical practices and billing info. 

“Each time possible, Blue Cross will deal with worries with providers by employing a program of action that can be completed devoid of any modify in community position,” the statement said. “Even so, when accessible facts raises important considerations about affected individual security, Blue Cross has a responsibility to act promptly and aim on serving to afflicted users obtain different in-network care selections as shortly as feasible.”