Aetna to let outside doctors decide on rescissions
Los Angeles Times, September 23, 2008
Three-member physician panels will have the final say on whether to rescind Aetna health insurance policies of those suspected of obtaining policies through false or incomplete information. The Connecticut-based insurer is the first to set up binding outside reviews. The move comes after backlash concerning health insurers' rescission policies, most notably in California.
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