Commonwealth Care Open Enrollment Underway

June 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;6/4/2013, p14
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The article reports on the announcement by nonprofit health plan Network Health that its Commonwealth Care open enrollment has begun wherein Commonwealth Care members can change their health plan to any Commonwealth Care-administering plan in their areas in the state of Massachusetts. Network Health president Christina Severin emphasizes the plan's commitment to providing members with access to the high-quality health care they deserve, at a price they can afford.


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