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19, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Association of Preferred Provider Organizations (AAPPO) is urging Members of the House of Representatives to support H.
In a preferred provider organization or PPO, a doctor or other health care provider contracts with an insurer to provide care at a discounted rate.
PREFERRED PROVIDER ORGANIZATION Coverage that offers a preferred provider organization (PPO) plan combines fee-for-service plans' freedom of choice with HMO networks' managed-care incentives.
AHP began operations over 8 years ago and as of the end of 1993 ranked as the seventh largest preferred provider organizations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area serving approximately 150,000 people in 32 counties through over 2,200 physicians, 40 acute care hospitals, 9 specialty care facilities and numerous other providers.
The AFL-CIO Employer Purchasing Coalition (AEPC) announced today that it is endorsing Aetna (NYSE:AET) as its transparency vendor of choice, selecting the Aetna preferred provider organization (PPO) health plan, as well as Aetna Joint Claim Administration[TM] for AEPC members.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Pacific Region of the American Association of Preferred Provider Organizations (AAPPO), the trade association for managed care Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), announced today 1995 Pacific Region Officers and board members.
The company, along with other preferred provider organizations (PPOs), insurance companies and third-party administrators, had been sued by four Louisiana health care providers alleging that the defendants provided legally insufficient notice under Louisiana law of PPO discounts to which the health care providers had contractually agreed.
MAPSI), a preferred provider organization offering psychiatric health care services; and MAMSI Life and Health Insurance Company, an indemnity insurance company.