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Oxford Ranks Number One on Long Island Among New York Health Plans in Independent Study
TRUMBULL, CONN. (September 20, 2000) -- Oxford Health Plans ranked number one for its Long Island point-of-service (POS) and health maintenance organization (HMO) plans, according to Caredata's recent survey. For seven consecutive years, Oxford has ranked highest in overall member satisfaction among similar plans offered by New York's leading managed care companies. The 2000 Commercial Health Plan Member Survey, conducted by Caredata, an independent research firm, compared plans based upon their rankings in 12 overall categories ranging from "best overall plan" to "quality of medical care."
· Primary care physicians
· Customer service/plan administration
· Concern shown for well-being
· Quality of medical care
Oxford has received number one rankings from Caredata for seven consecutive years. Caredata conducted its survey of New York plans in 1994, 1996 and 1998, in which Oxford's POS plan ranked number one. Its HMO plan ranked number one in New York in 1996. Oxford's New Jersey POS took the number one position in 1997 and 1999, and the New Jersey HMO in 1995 and 1997.
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