gave and stethoscope Anthem tried to cancel its in-network insurance coverage with Northside’s five campuses and many affiliated physicians groups at the end of last year, citing reimbursement rates that were too low.

Georgia’s biggest medical insurance provider and one of Atlanta’s biggest hospitals said Tuesday evening they have resolved the contract dispute that has had their lawyers in court all year.

The Northside Hospital system and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Georgia signed an agreement about 6:30 p.m., attorneys said, ending uncertainty and concern about insurance coverage for state employees, teachers and many other Georgia residents.

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