Managed Medicare's trouble may have something to do with underfunding or rich benefits, but for health plans, market share has a lot to do with it, too.
The Federal Employees Health Benefits program has been touted as the way managed care is supposed to look. Expanding it, however, may not be feasible.
Viewing obstacles as opportunities can lead to professional success and personal satisfaction. Pointers from the business world, applied to health care.
Officials across the country are watching to see whether the Sunshine State's innovation can save money.
Richard B. Dwore, Ph.D. ; Bruce P. Murray, Ph.D. ; Robert P. Parsons, Ph.D. ; Gary Gustafson, M.P.A.
John A. Marcille
Mark D. Abruzzo, J.D.
Michael S. Victoroff, M.D.
Managed Care Outlook