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Provision of Information for Schedule A

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I noticed there are several providers out there, Cigna for one, who are not providing participant counts for Schedule A. Their letters make reference to other reports. I know this might be nitpicky but is this reference sufficient for the final Schedule A question asking if the insurance company failed to provide information necessary for Schedule A? I'm thinking it is indeed sufficient, but it goes against the spirit of providing information consolidated for the benefit of the policy holder.

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