Claims regs eyed nervously

Lehman, Jeff
January 2001
Employee Benefit News;Jan2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Reports on the final claims and appeals regulations of the United States Department of Labor that might raise health plan costs and create a litigation bonanza. Aim of the final rules; Three F's to ensure patient protection; Other provisions of the final rules; Its implication.


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