HMO auctions saving money

November 2000
Employee Benefit News;Nov2000, Vol. 14 Issue 13, p12
Reports on the online health maintenance organization auction program launched in the United States by Hewitt Associates in July 2000. Savings from the program; Reduction in the rate of health plans in the country; Information on the overall savings.


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