|By Lauren Sausser, The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
"For our associates and dependents on the health plan, you can come and see a provider in the
A spokeswoman for the company said she anticipates 1,200
Advocates for the new model call it cutting edge. They say the
"That's not a medical home," said
"I think this is good news and bad news," said
"We have to have every access point possible in the system," he said. "We should be happy about it."