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A point of service plan, or POS plan, is a type of managed care health insurance system. It combines characteristics of both the HMO and the PPO. Members of a POS plan do not make a choice about which system to use until the point at which the service is being used.
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- Glossary, Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, U.S. Office of Personnel Management (URL retrieved September 30, 2006).
- Definitions of Health Insurance Terms, U.S. Interdepartmental Committee on Employment-based Health Insurance Surveys (URL retrieved September 30, 2006).
- Sankey, Judith A., "Employee Benefit Plans: A Glossary of Terms", International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, 1997, ISBN 0-89154-513-1.