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Oregon Citizens Now Can Get Help On HMO Claim Denials
The OregonianLink to more items from this source
July 3, 2002
Excerpt: Consumers facing a health insurer's refusal to authorize care can now appeal to an impartial expert, under a state law that took effect Monday. Health plans that submit to the reviews gain protection from lawsuits; plans that fail to follow a ruling face fines of as much as $1 million. Such laws have become widespread in the past five years. Oregon is the 42nd state to require binding outside reviews of health plan denials.

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