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Stock jumps on five-year accord to become preferred providerDiscussions ongoing with Ontario, other provinces, CEO says Focusing early efforts on its home province is paying off for Quebec marijuana producer The Hydropothecary Corp.
Medical coverage in 2016 for a single person cost a monthly $616.36 for health maintenance organization care and $630.14 for preferred provider care.
People and employers pay insurance companies, which pay opaque aggregators known as pharmacy-benefit managers and preferred provider organisers.
Pension contributions for current employees will rise 2.5 percent during the term of the agreement, and the health plan will shift from a preferred provider plan to a high-deductible one with a health savings account.
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PREFERRED PROVIDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of preferred provider for English Language Learners
: a doctor, hospital, etc., that is part of a PPO
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