CIGNA to stop hospital reimbursements for medical mistakes
AP/Yahoo News, April 18, 2008
Health insurer Cigna Corp. has announced that as of Oct. 1, it will no longer reimburse hospitals for patient expenses resulting from medical mistakes. The new policy is consistent with and based on a similar policy outlined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said CIGNA representatives.
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