Health insurers address issue of nixed policies
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), February 28, 2008
The health-insurance industry is racing to defuse the furor over retroactive policy cancellations that have created big medical bills and sparked lawsuits. America's Health Insurance Plans is pushing a proposal with state regulators that would give consumers the right to appeal such policy cancellations to an external panel. Some insurance companies are preparing to roll out their own independent review programs.
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