Regulating Managed Care: Theory, Practice, and Future Options

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1
KPMG Peat Marwick. New Voices: Consumerism in Health Care. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University's Institute for Health Services Research, 1998.
2
Barents Group. “Health Care Choices.” Report commissioned by American Association of Health Plans, December 1997.
3
Health Care Advisory Board. “The Impact of Managed Care on the Health Care Industry.” Washington, D.C.: Author, 1997.
4
Barents Group. “Health Care Choices.”
5
Weisman, C. S. “Women in Managed Care and Measuring Quality of Care for Women.” Paper presented at the Commonwealth Fund Commission on Women's Health Symposium: Access, Leverage and Quality in Women's Health: Are the Issues Changing? Washington, D.C., January 27–28, 1998.
6
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Consumer Price Index, All Urban Consumers, Annual Average 1988–1998. Washington, D.C.: Author, n.d.
7
Health Insurance Association of America. Monitoring Attitudes of the Public. Washington, D.C.: Author, 1989–1995.
8
KPMG Peat Marwick. “New Voices.”
9
Miller, R. H., and Luft, H. S. “Does Managed Care Lead to Better or Worse Quality of Care?” Health Affairs, 1997, 16(5).
10
Ibid.
11
State of New York Insurance Department. Health Insurance Complaint Ratios—All Companies. New York: Author, 1997.
12
U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Guide to Federal Employees Health Benefits Plans for Federal Civilian Employees. Washington, D.C.: Author, 1997.
13
National Research Corporation. NRC Healthcare Market Guide. (7th ed.). Lincoln, Neb.: Author, 1997.
14
U.S. General Accounting Office. Private Health Insurance—Continu ed Erosion of Coverage Linked to Cost Pressures. Washington, D.C.: Author, 1997.

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