Health CareKeith H. Hammonds
Can managed care finally make some decent money in 1999? After a three-year profit drought, indications are promising. Most health-maintenance organizations are holding the line on medical costs. They've pulled out of Medicare in weaker markets. And they're winning more than nominal commercial premium increases--almost unthinkable in recent years.
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