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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Monitoring Market Change: Findings from the Community Tracking Study:Joy M. Grossman April 2000
Health Services Research
 
Monitoring Market Change: Findings from the Community Tracking Study:Linda T. Kohn April 2000
Health Services Research
 
Does Type of Health Insurance Affect Health Care Use and Assessments of Care Among the Privately Insured?James D. Reschovsky, Peter Kemper, Ha T. Tu April 2000
Health Services Research
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference? March 9, 2000
Conference Transcript
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?James D. Reschovsky Winter 1999/2000
Inquiry
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?James D. Reschovsky, Peter Kemper Winter 1999/2000
Inquiry
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?James D. Reschovsky Winter 1999/2000
Inquiry
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?Ha T. Tu, Peter Kemper, Holly L. Wong Winter 1999/2000
Inquiry
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?James D. Reschovsky, Peter Kemper, Ha T. Tu, Timothy K. Lake, Holly L. Wong March 2000
Issue Brief No. 28
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?Timothy K. Lake Winter 1999/2000
Inquiry
 
Do HMOs Make a Difference?Peter Kemper, James D. Reschovsky, Ha T. Tu Winter 1999/2000
Inquiry
 
Who Has a Choice of Health Plans?Sally Trude February 2000
Issue Brief No. 27
 
Insolvency and Challenges of Regulating Providers that Bear RiskLinda R. Brewster, Leslie A. Jackson, Cara S. Lesser February 2000
Issue Brief No. 26
 
Local Innovations Provide Managed Care for the UninsuredLaurie E. Felland, Cara S. Lesser January 2000
Issue Brief No. 25
 
Changes in Scope of Care Provided by Primary Care PhysiciansRobert F. St. Peter, Marie C. Reed, Peter Kemper, David Blumenthal December 23, 1999
The New England Journal of Medicine
 
The Scope of Care Expected of Primary Care Physicians:Robert F. St. Peter, Marie C. Reed, Peter Kemper, David Blumenthal December 1999
Issue Brief No. 24
 
Tracking Health Care Costs:Paul B. Ginsburg November 1999
Issue Brief No. 23
 
Update on the Nation's Health Care System: November 16, 1999
Conference Transcript
 
HSC Conference Focusing on the Nation's Health Care System Finds It Is in Tremendous Turmoil November 19, 1999
Conference Executive Summary
 
Managed Care Backlash:Paul B. Ginsburg October 1999
Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law
 
       

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