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NY Insurance Department Issues $716K in Prompt Pay Fines

As reported in the Albany Business Review August 24:

Twenty health insurers and health maintenance organizations (HMOs) have been fined a total of $716,800 for not making timely payments on undisputed insurance claims.

Find out which plans were fined by clicking through to the Business Review article, or see the Insurance Department's press release.

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