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The health plan’s job


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Fam Pract Manag. 2006 Jul-Aug;13(7):16.

The subtitle of Robert Edsall’s editorial “How Do You Cope With Bundled Claims?” [April 2006] read, “Don’t cheat yourself. That’s the health plan’s job.” It is neither the health plan’s nor the physician’s job to cheat anyone. Nor is it anyone’s dirty work to abide by contract provisions. The line was a cheap shot.

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