Fight Back and Win
The health care system in this country is broke; and more than ever, the evidence supports the contention that managed health care providers care more about healthy profits than healthy people.FIGHT BACK AND WIN is a practical how-to for all those Americans who worry that their heath care coverage won't be there when they need it.Chapters include: *How to Get Your HMO to Pay Up * Bothersome HMO Traps to Watch Out For * Practical Tips to Follow so that You Don't End Up in an HMO Dispute * Legal Tips to Follow if Your Claim Is Denied * How Ordinary People Fought HMOs. . .and Won * Answers to the 9 Most Commonly Asked Coverage Questions * The Awful ERISA Scandal * Sample Letter to Your Member of Congress * Insurance Traps that Can Effectively Cancel Your Coverage * What Your Insurance Company Won't Tell You *What to Do if an Insurance Company Tries to Rescind Your Policy and more.
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