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Connecticut HMOs Told to Open Some Records to Public

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· Story link Connecticut’s Attorney General says that HMOs paid by the state to treat low income residents must make…

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Connecticut’s Attorney General says that HMOs paid by the state to treat low income residents must make their records of physician payments public. The governor has also directed release of the documents. The HMOs, which receive more than $600 million a year, argue that the amounts they pay doctors is proprietary information and that disclosure would open them to unfair competition from other HMOs. (10/17/05)