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Will States Ban Capitation?
Salem, Ore., ophthalmologist Gordon Miller wants to ban capitated payments to physicians. His ballot measure apparently didn't light up the skies, but some wonder if a brushfire could yet spread.
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
David L. Coleman, J.D.
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
Mike Folio, J.D.
HMOs and other managed care plans are increasingly subject to lawsuits, as lawyers realize that they make easy prey. But Mike Folio, a lawyer himself, has some tips for avoiding trouble.
How blockchain has strange bedfellows singing kumbaya
AI for all that ails American health care. But how smart is that?
At Johns Hopkins, payroll additions are doing duty as SDOH intervention
No winks. But Penn ‘nudges, nudges’ clinicians, patients to better decisions.
Paramedics providing care before it is an emergency
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Among specialties, family physicians' pay seems to weather managed care best
Will Politics Change Managed Care's Rules?
Bay State Consumers Will Be Able To Obtain Detailed Data on Doctors
Post-Election Spotlight Focuses On Medicare's Nuts and Bolts
'Alternative' Medical Treatments Raise Ethical Questions for Managed Care
John La Puma, M.D.
A Too-Tough Noncompete Clause Could Defeat Its Own Purpose
Neil Caesar, J.D.
Union Carbide Uses Education To Improve Patient Compliance
Managed Care Outlook
Health insurance premiums show smallest hike in recent history
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Patient Financial Burden: Considerations for Oncology Care and Access
One organization’s approach to addressing financial toxicity
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