Shutan, Bruce; Butler, Kelley M.
July 2011
Employee Benefit News;Jul2011, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p28
The article focuses on the guide "Check the Label: To Find the Dental Network That's Right for Your Company' of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. (MetLife) on dental plans. It states that the guide includes four key components important to dental benefits including plan design, claims management, service efficiencies and network. It adds that the guide stresses the importance of realistic expectations on the value and use of measurement tools like disruption, accessibility, and discount reports.


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