Survey finds PPO laws in 13 states

June 1999
Employee Benefit News;Jun99, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p48
Presents the results of a survey on preferred provider organizations (PPO) in the United States. Number of states with laws and regulations providing broad oversight of PPO; Areas found with quality oversight; Differences of states in terms of PPO quality oversight.


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