Internet auctioning comes to managed care

Fitzgerald, Aimee
January 2000
Employee Benefit News;Jan2000, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p11
Features the auction-style Web site of Hewitt Associates LLC, where health maintenance organizations (HMO) compete directly online for corporate clients. Impact on the rates of health plans in many United States cities; Remarks from Tom Beauregard, a principal at Hewitt; Benefits of the site.


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