Empire sticks with Medicare HMO

Rauber, Chris
June 1998
Modern Healthcare;06/29/98, Vol. 28 Issue 26, p3
Trade Publication
Provides information on the Medicare program of the Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield company. Considerations of other insurers on the Medicare program; How to slow enrollment on the Medicare risk plan; Claims of Empire officials on their Medicare.


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