dual choiceadjective Referring to a health benefit offered by an employment group permitting eligible members of the group a choice between health plans, usually the employer’s primary insurer and an HMO. It is sometimes referred to as Section 1310.
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dual choiceManaged care A health benefit offered by an employment group permitting those eligible of the group a voluntary choice of health plans, usually the employer's primary insurer and an HMO; an HMO-like health plan with an indemnity plan. See Point-of-service plan.
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