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Title Date Document Info Author  

Convergence and Dissonance: Evolution in Private-Sector Approaches to Disease Management and Care Coordination

November/December 2007 Journal Article Melanie Au  

Insurance Premiums and Insurance Coverage of Near-Poor Children

Winter 2006/2007 Journal Article Melanie Au  

Health Plan Pay-for-Performance Strategies

September 2006 Journal Article Melanie Au  

Do Specialty Hospitals Promote Price Competition?

January 2006 Issue Brief No. 103 Melanie Au  

Blue Cross Influence Grows in Boston as State Revisits Reform Debates

December 2005 Community Report No. 11 Melanie Au  

Lansing's Calm Health Care Market Belies Increased Competition, Economic Doldrums

October 2005 Community Report No. 8 Melanie Au  
         



 

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