Coalition urges restraint in patients' rights bill

March 2000
Employee Benefit News;Mar2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p36
Reports that the Health Benefits Coalition is urging the United States Congress to consider the effects of legislation allowing lawsuits against employer-sponsored health care systems. Reaction of the coalition on the proposed patients' rights bill; Suggestion from the coalition.


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