1. Populists in a Global Market
  2. James A. Morone
  3. pp. 887-895
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  1. The Predictable Managed Care Kvetch on the Rocky Road from Adolescence to Adulthood
  2. Uwe E. Reinhardt
  3. pp. 897-910
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  1. Why Liberals Should Embrace Managed Care
  2. Stephan L. Burton
  3. pp. 911-919
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  1. Adverse Consequences of Adverse Selection
  2. Mark V. Pauly, Sean Nicholson
  3. pp. 921-930
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  1. Unrealistic Expectations Born of Defective Institutions
  2. Alain C. Enthoven, Sara J. Singer
  3. pp. 931-939
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  1. Employer Decisions and the Seeds of Backlash
  2. Karen Titlow, Ezekiel J. Emanuel
  3. pp. 941-947
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  1. Managed Care as Victim or Villain?
  2. Kenneth E. Thorpe
  3. pp. 949-956
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  1. Why Are Physicians So Upset about Managed Care?
  2. Harold S. Luft
  3. pp. 957-966
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  1. The Microregulation of the Health Care Marketplace
  2. Thomas H. Rice
  3. pp. 967-972
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  1. ISO Quick Fix, Free Lunch, and Share of Pie
  2. Marsha R. Gold
  3. pp. 973-983
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  1. Changing Perceptions, Changing Reality
  2. Rashi Fein
  3. pp. 985-992
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  1. Choice, Trust, and Two Models of Quality
  2. Joseph White
  3. pp. 993-999
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  1. Two Backlashes: Targeted Reforms and Supply Chain Management
  2. Mark A. Goldberg
  3. pp. 1001-1003
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  1. The View from Communities
  2. Paul B. Ginsburg, Cara S. Lesser
  3. pp. 1005-1013
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  1. What's behind the Public's Backlash?
  2. Gail R. Wilensky
  3. pp. 1015-1019
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  1. The American Public's Pragmatic Liberalism Meets Its Philosophical Conservatism
  2. Lawrence R. Jacobs, Robert Y. Shapiro
  3. pp. 1021-1031
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  1. The Misleading Language of Managed Care
  2. Jacob S. Hacker, Theodore R. Marmor
  3. pp. 1033-1043
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  1. The Who, What, and How of Managed Care
  2. Catherine G. McLaughlin
  3. pp. 1045-1049
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  1. Can Public Policy Fix What Ails Managed Care?
  2. Stephen M. Davidson
  3. pp. 1051-1060
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  1. Managed Care at the Millennium: Scenes from a Maul
  2. David A. Hyman
  3. pp. 1061-1070
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  1. Physician Collective Bargaining: A Turning Point in U.S. Medicine
  2. Richard M. Scheffler
  3. pp. 1071-1076
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  1. Finding "Truth" in Managed Care
  2. Regina E. Herzlinger
  3. pp. 1077-1093
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  1. The View from the Health Plan Trenches
  2. Walter A. Zelman
  3. pp. 1095-1098
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  1. Waiting for Godot: Wishes and Worries in Managed Care
  2. Richard Kronick
  3. pp. 1099-1106
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  1. A Balanced Framework for Change
  2. David Mechanic
  3. pp. 1107-1114
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  1. Backlash as Prelude to Managing Managed Care
  2. Marc A. Rodwin
  3. pp. 1115-1126
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  1. Can the Market Ensure Quality without Government?
  2. Karen Davis
  3. pp. 1127-1135
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  1. Why We Need a Patients' Bill of Rights
  2. Richard Sorian, Judith M. Feder
  3. pp. 1137-1144
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  1. Managed Care and Medical Injury: Let's Not Throw Out the Baby with the Backlash
  2. Randall R. Bovbjerg, Robert H., Ph.D Miller
  3. pp. 1145-1157
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  1. Back-Off Not Backlash in Medicaid Managed Care
  2. James W. Fossett, Frank J. Thompson
  3. pp. 1159-1172
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  1. The Poor and Managed Care in the Oregon Experience
  2. Howard M. Leichter
  3. pp. 1173-1184
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  1. Strengthening State Government through Managed Care Oversight
  2. Daniel M. Fox
  3. pp. 1185-1190
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  1. Regulating Managed Care: Pulling the Tails to Wag the Dogs
  2. David M. Frankford
  3. pp. 1191-1200
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  1. The Death of Managed Care as We Know It
  2. Katherine Swartz
  3. pp. 1201-1205
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  1. Managed Care's Fifteen Minutes of Fame
  2. Bruce C. Vladeck
  3. pp. 1207-1211
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  1. Managed Care and the Second Great Transformation
  2. Deborah A. Stone
  3. pp. 1213-1218
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  1. Contemporary Managed Care: Readings in Structure, Operations, and Public Policy, and: The Managed Care Blues and How to Cure Them (review)
  2. Sara Rosenbaum
  3. pp. 1219-1230
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  1. Medicare HMOs: Making Them Work for the Chronically Ill (review)
  2. Jacob S. Hacker
  3. pp. 1230-1237
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  1. Purchasing Population Health: Paying for Results (review)
  2. Robert G. Evans, Aleck Ostry
  3. pp. 1238-1244
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  1. News from Affiliated Organizations
  2. pp. 1259-1264
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  1. Introduction: Politics, Misperception, or Apropos?
  2. Mark A. Peterson
  3. pp. 873-886
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 1245-1247
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  1. News and Notes
  2. David G. Warren
  3. pp. 1249-1264
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 1265-1273
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