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When a multistate plan is obnoxious

An OPM official says the agency wants to set up a formal process for resolving state MSP concerns.
An OPM official says the agency wants to set up a formal process for resolving state MSP concerns.

The U.S. Office of Personnel (OPM) wants to try to help states deal with arrogant multi-state plans (MSPs).

An OPM official named "John" mentions MSP-state conflicts in a comment that officials at the Health Insurance and Managed Care Committee, an arm of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), have posted on their section of the NAIC's website.

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