Managed Care


September 2001

Proponents see it as the step beyond disease management. Why wait until a patient becomes part of a chronically ill group?
Jack McCain
Other states were looking to Florida to lead the way in Medicaid disease management, but now they may want to keep their distance.
John Carroll
Health costs are rising. UM has played out. Finding efficiencies in health care will be more challenging than ever, but three models offer a glimpse of the future.
Michael D. Dalzell
Tom Miller, the director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute, says choice matters more than antiquated systems.
The diagnostic procedure has medical promise, but a lack of utilization guidelines raises questions about resource use and keeps payers away.
Paul Carson