Direct reimbursement plans draw praise for employee simplicity of implementation

Gunsauley, Craig
January 2001
Employee Benefit News;Jan2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p43
Focuses on direct reimbursement (DR), a program that reimburses patients for dental care based on the percentage of dollars spend on treatment. Number of employers that have adopted DR, according to the American Dental Association; Percentage of premium consumed for administration costs for insured plans; Pioneers of DR; DR dental plan costs.


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