By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News On October 24, 1998, the Clinton administration moved to clarify the rights of elderly Medicare beneficiaries who are being dropped from health maintenance organizations (HMO), and it threatened to impose fines on insurance companies that refuse to sell them coverage. But, according to an article, "U.S. Moves to Help Medicare Patients Dropped by HMOs," in the October 24th edition of the New York Times, the "administration backed away from an earlier interpretation of federal law that would have . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News On October 24, 1998, the Clinton administration moved to clarify the rights of elderly Medicare beneficiaries who are being dropped from health maintenance organizations (HMO), and it threatened to impose fines on insurance companies that refuse to sell them coverage. But, according to an article, "U.S. Moves to Help Medicare Patients Dropped by HMOs," in the October 24th edition of the New York Times, the "administration backed away from an earlier interpretation of federal law that would have . . .
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