Utah lawmakers roll out healthcare reform plan
Utah legislators are laying the groundwork for what they believe will be a 10-year healthcare reform effort. The major bill in the plan would allow health insurers to offer HMOs and PPOs without some state-mandated benefits. In turn, the insurers would need to offer the plans through an Internet portal that would allow residents to compare rates, coverage, and histories of honoring claims.
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