Publishing a magazine with the modest name Managed Care gives us the opportunity to examine a constantly evolving organism — every month.
Dissatisfied customers have a tendency to lash out and not be very discriminating about their targets. Prescription: Reduce the hassle.
While policy makers haggle over President Bush's budget request for the system, an ominous question looms: Can money solve all the problems?
Managed care's spread parallels the growth of the study of ethics in medical care. Ethicists help plans focus on essentials when making policy decisions.
With more than 360 biotech products in the pipeline, high-cost injectable drugs are about to flood the market. How will we control the expenditure?
Policy experts see the Canadian system as an example but differ on the significance. Meanwhile, some U.S. providers are cashing in.
John F. Scoggins, PhD
Jeffrey J. Denning
John A. Marcille
Legislation & Regulation
Michael S. Victoroff, MD
Systems & Software
Managed Care Outlook