Babwin, Don
September 1998
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;09/20/98, Vol. 72 Issue 18, p44
Trade Publication
States that medicare health maintenance organizations (HMOs) are seeking healthy seniors to join their membership programs, with emphasis on provider-sponsored Medicare plans. Comments from Sharon Bivens, who leads the medical service line at Community Hospitals of Indianapolis; Insight into the number of seniors enrolled in the MAX 65 plus HMO; Who offered the MAX 65; Details on what is offered by the hospital network's Community Plus affinity program.


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