TPA wins claim against former U.S. Healthcare

Gunsauley, Craig
March 1999
Employee Benefit News;Mar1999, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p58
Reports that a district court in the United States (US) has issued a verdict against the former U.S. Healthcare in a case brought by a third-party administrator. Charges against the company; Details on the case.


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