Plan sponsors, insurers blast proposed ERISA claims rules

Gunsauley, Craig
April 1999
Employee Benefit News;04/01/99, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p1
Focuses on the proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) claim regulations for health plans in the United States. Comments from Leslie Kramerich, deputy assistant secretary for policy of the Pension Welfare Benefits Administration; Terms under the proposal; Opponents of the regulation.


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