Regulating Managed Care: Theory, Practice, and Future Options

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information on this and all other health plans doing business in the state. Such a farmers market would retrieve much of that information itself, directly from enrolled consumers, and would have the power to audit self-reported data. And its information would be available in multiple media, including on the Internet.


Notes
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Huber, R. L. “Let the Market Remedy What Ails Health Care.” The Wall Street Journal, July 13, 1998, p. A14. Huber is chairman and CEO of Aetna, Inc., a major managed-care company.
2
Ellwood, P. M., Enthoven, A. C., and Etheredge, L. “The Jackson Hole Initiatives for a Twenty-First Century American Health Care System.” Health Economics, 1992, 1, 149–168.
3
Krueger, A. B., and Reinhardt, U. E. “The Economics of Employers Versus Individual Markets.” Health Affairs, 1994, 13 (2), 34–53.
4
United States Congress, Congressional Budget Office. Economic Implications of Rising Health Care Costs. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992.
5
For a defense of that proposition, see Reinhardt, U. E. “EmployerB ased Health Insurance: R.I.P.” In S. A. Altman, U. E. Reinhardt, and A. S. Shields (eds.), The Future of the U.S. Healthcare System: Who Will Care for the Poor and the Uninsured? Chicago: Health Administration Press, 1997.
6
Berenson, R. A. “A Physician's View of Managed Care.” Health Affairs, 1991, 10 (4), 106–119.
7
Huber, R. L. “Market Remedy, p. A14.
8
Miller, R. H., and Luft, H. S. “Managed Care Performance: Is Quality of Care Better or Worse?” Health Affairs, 1997, 16 (5), 7–27.
9
Newcomer, L. N. “Perspective: Physician Health Thyself.” Health Affairs, 1998, 17 (4), 32–35.
10
Millenson, M. L. Medical Excellence: Doctors and Accountability in the Information Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997.
11
Millenson, M. L. “Miracles and Wonder: The AMA Embraces Quality Measurement.” Health Affairs, 1997, 16 (3).
12
Reinhardt, U. E. “Spending More Through Cost Control: Our Obsessive Quest to Gut the Hospital.” Health Affairs, 1996, 15 (2), 145–154.
13
Eddy, D. M. Clinical Decision Making: From Theory to Practice. Boston: Jones & Bartlett, 1996. See especially Chapter 27, “Rationing Resources While Improving Quality, pp. 279–296.

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