A new design for health benefits

Quinn, Richard D.
September 2000
Employee Benefit News;09/15/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p1
Part II. Outlines an employee health benefits plan in the United States focusing on the value of managed care. Elements of the health plan; Deductibles, co-insurance and out-of-pocket limits; Negotiated fees; Application of case management; Use of flexible spending accounts.


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