Must Good HMOs Go Bad? Second of Two Parts: The Search for Checks and Balances
New England Journal of Medicine. 1998 May 28; 338(22): 1635-1639.
Autonomy; Conflict of Interest; Economics; Ethics; Federal Government; Government; Health; Health Care; Health Care Reform; Health Maintenance Organizations; Incentives; Managed Care Programs; Medical Ethics; Managed Care; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Patients; Patients' Rights; Physicians; Professional Autonomy; Professional Organizations; Quality of Health Care; Regulation; Rights; Risk; Self Regulation; Standards; State Government; Treatment Outcome; Withholding Treatment;
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Kuttner, Robert (1998-05-28)
Kuttner, Robert (1998-05-21)...In sum, although nonprofit status seems to be conducive to a less harsh form of managed care, it is no guarantee. The relentless pressure to cut costs will undoubtedly continue. The key question is whether counter-pre ...
Kuttner, Robert (1998-05-21)