Vol. 5, No. 11 November 1996


Can One Physician’s Campaign End Payment By Capitation?

In Oregon this fall, a ballot measure sponsored by an ophthalmologist sought to ban capitated payment of doctors. Win or lose, the measure was a wake-up call for better public understanding of managed care.

Is Paying Physicians By Capitation Wrong?

The concerns of Oregon anti-capitation crusader Gordon Miller draw a surprising degree of sympathy from managed care experts. But they say he’s tarring good and bad health plans with the same brush.

Four Ways To Avoid Being Deselected

A few years ago, the problem for many physicians was avoiding managed care contracts. Now that it’s clear that survival without them is unlikely, the problem has become how to hold on to those affiliations.

Three New Kinds of Liability Stalk Managed Care

HMOs and other managed care plans are increasingly subject to lawsuits, especially in three specific areas of developing law. But author Mike Folio, a lawyer himself, has some tips for avoiding trouble.


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