June 2004

Pharmacy & Therapeutics Society works with Institute of Medicine and Leapfrog Group to improve processes.

Jack McCain

There’s more money, but is it enough to reverse the grim five-year drought of managed care offerings? In Florida, it seems so.

John Carroll

Managed care is having some success discouraging practices that promote the development of “superbugs.”

Jack McCain

Providing free handheld or even desktop computers is a small step toward minimizing medication errors. Will docs finally abandon pen and pad?

Tony Berberabe

Departments

LEGISLATION & REGULATION
California is the only state that has a department that deals exclusively with HMOs. A new sheriff’s in town.
John Carroll
ETHICS
When uninsured immigrants fail to pay their bills, the University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz., might just report them to the Department of Homeland Security.
Michael S. Victoroff, MD
TOMORROW’S MEDICINE
Alpha-L-iduronidase breaks down glycosaminoglycans — and it just may lead to breakthroughs in treatment for other lysosomal storage disorders.
Thomas Morrow, MD
EMPLOYER UPDATE
As employers become more comfortable with the idea that prevention pays, health plans may find their scope of services widening.
MargaretAnn Cross

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