Report card rates New Jersey HMOs and sees higher scores
About one-third of the enrollees in the six major health maintenance organizations in New Jersey gave them a high rating for overall service, and 45% said they're doing a very good job handling claims, according to a report card released by the state. The ratings for most of those HMOs were about the same or slightly better than the 2007 customer survey, according to the Department of Banking and Insurance.
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