It's something like a physician being told he cannot be an "in network" provider if he doesn't join the American Medical Association which is just a trade organization, a lobbying group, just like NHPCO! In effect, Highmark Blue Cross is saying to those hospice agencies who don't join NHPCO, "we don't want you," and "if you're financially damaged, we really don't care!" In addition, Highmark Blue Cross is saying to its pro-life members, "we don't care if you can't access services at the pro-life hospices!"


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