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Lola Butcher
Insurer throws support behind P4P program that promises "stunning" advances in cost-effectiveness
Peer-Reviewed
Cyril F. Chang, PhD
The old TennCare program had many flaws and detractors. Its near collapse led to a more realistic approach to providing coverage to the uninsured in Tennessee.
Editor's Memo
John Marcille
Viewpoint
John La Puma, MD
Mark Palmer
Insurers can play an active part in helping members change their thinking, and therefore change their lifestyles
Medication Management
Martin Sipkoff
Pharmacy benefit managers will charge employers a straight administrative fee, rather than make much of their income through deals with the drug industry
Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD
Compared with radiofrequency ablation, this technique has some advantages and it should be acceptable to managed care plans
News and Commentary