IN THIS ISSUE

Carol Milano
In-person and Internet group programs such as the Stanford model are now available to millions, and research indicates that they work
Richard Mark Kirkner
Ophthalmologists and optometrists are united in opposing participation by stand-alone benefit payers
Bob Kirsch
Health plans can offer several kinds of assistance to physicians who are having trouble caring for these patients
Editor's Memo
John Marcille
Legislation & Regulation
John Carroll
Patient-advocacy groups and some physicians are lobbying legislatures to hobble this common technique to control drug costs
Medication Management
Thomas Reinke
Medication safety can be seen as a global concern requiring close collaboration
Plan Watch
Frank Diamond
The outcomes have been promising for some 20,000 elderly people and the insurer wants to replicate the effort in other lines of business
Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD
Increased understanding of the pathophysiology of lupus has resulted in a promising therapy for this complex disorder
News and Commentary
News and Commentary
News and Commentary