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The Competitive New World of Medicare Managed Care
With federal budgets tightening and the ranks of the elderly swelling, the managed care approach is expected to transform Medicare. What will this mean for HMOs and the physicians they contract with?
Andrew J. McCarthy
'Prenuptial' Planning for Your Next Managed Care Contract
Signing with a managed care organization isn't exactly like getting married, but both require clear-eyed planning. Here, a health care attorney offers counsel on the simpler of those two steps.
Michael J. Folio, J.D.
Get Ready! Electronic Prescriptions Are Coming
Technology that allows you to zap prescriptions to pharmacies instantly is already being used by some doctors. Are you willing to discard your pen and pad for a computer that can send electronic prescriptions?
Managing Editor’s Memo
Something To Cheer at Convention Time
MSA Compromise Helps To Enact Decade's First Health Insurance Law
Healthy gains posted since 1991 in primary care physicians' earnings
New Employer Guide Designed To Move Prevention to the Health Care Mainstream
Don't Flirt With Fraud When Delegating to Support Personnel
Neil Caesar, J.D.
How and How Much Should Physicians Be Paid?
John La Puma, M.D.
Managed Care Outlook
Next HMO quality hurdle: integrating medical and pharmacy data
News & Commentary
New Version of HEDIS Measures Will Track Outcomes More Closely