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Lentz, Rebecca
January 2002
Modern Physician;Jan2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p24
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Presents information on a case to be heard by the United States Supreme Court on compliance by health plans with external review board laws. Facts of the case Rush Prudential HMO versus Moran; Possible scenarios that will arise from the case.


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