Dispute puts some Humana patients in a bind
Louisville Courier-Journal, January 22, 2008
When a doctors' organization and Louisville, KY-based insurere Humana Inc. could not agree on a new contract, about 300 University of Louisville physicians left the insurer's network on Jan. 1. As a result, affected patients must either pay higher co-payments for visits to their University of Louisville doctor or switch doctors to get maximum benefits from their Humana plan.
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