More vendors are turning to the Internet to expand the reach of programs. Cutting-edge technology helps patients help themselves.
Pharmaceutical makers invest enormous sums in R&D – but they also reap enormous profits. States are impatient with the appearance that creates.
Increasing demand for physicians and physician extenders is starting to strain the system. To a large extent, this is unexpected bitter fruit of managed care's labor.
Physicians are more likely to buy in if they see better outcomes — and financial rewards that go with them.
The wild calls for patients' rights at the House of Delegates meeting did not prevent the chief executive from suing the board of trustees.
The way to reduce errors in health care is to change systems, says this Harvard educator. Punishment encourages people to cover up.
Joan M. O'Connell, Ph.D., M.H.S. ; Jack L. Stanley, B.A. ; C. Lucy Malakar, M.A.
John A. Marcille
Managed Care Outlook