Sec. 13. (1) This act does not create a private right of action against a hospital, a hospital
employee, or a consultant or contractor with whom a hospital has a contractual relationship.
(2) A hospital, a hospital employee, or a consultant or contractor with whom a hospital
has a contractual relationship shall not be held liable, in any way, for the services
rendered or not rendered by the caregiver to the patient at the patient's residence.
(3) This act does not obviate the obligation of an insurance company, health service
corporation, hospital service corporation, medical service corporation, health maintenance
organization, or any other entity issuing health benefits plans to provide coverage
required under a health benefits plan.
(4) This act does not impact, impede, or otherwise disrupt or reduce the reimbursement
obligations of an insurance company, including an insurance company providing any
form of no-fault automobile personal protection insurance as required under chapter
31 of the insurance code of 1956, 1956 PA 218, MCL 500.3101 to 500.3119, an insurance company providing any form of worker's compensation benefits under
the worker's disability compensation act of 1969, 1969 PA 317, MCL 418.101 to 418.941, a health service corporation, hospital service corporation, medical service corporation,
health maintenance organization, or any other entity responsible to pay any of a patient's
medical expenses or issuing other health benefits plans to provide coverage under
those health benefits plans.
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