Maryland to expand insurance evaluations
Washington Post, December 13, 2007
Beginning in 2008, Maryland will become the first state to give consumers independent evaluations of Preferred Provider Organization health plans offered by four of the state's largest healthcare providers. The report card will help consumers make informed decisions, say representatives from the Maryland Center for Health Care Financing and Policy.
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