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What to do if You Have Problems Connected with Health Care
Source: American Bar Association
Resource Type: Secondary ?

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General guidance on what people can do if they have problems with the care they receive under health plans. Topics covered include: what to do if the plan refuses to cover treatment; whether people have a claim if the plan does not live up to promises in a brochure; whether people can recover from a plan for a doctor's mistake; and whether people can recover from a plan for negligence. Also includes definitions to several terms which relate to claims against health plans, including respondent superior, apparent authority, and corporate negligence liability.

This resource is also found in the following areas of this website:
Topic > Health > General Insurance and Coverage > Claims and Dispute Resolution
Topic > Health > Medicare > Quality of Care