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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
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
 
Trends Toward a National Health Care MarketplaceJanet M. Corrigan, Jeremy D. Pickreign Spring 1997
Inquiry
 
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
 
Managed Care, Professional Autonomy, and Income:Marie C. Reed, Alison K. Vratil, Jeffrey Stoddard, J. Lee Hargraves October 2001
Journal of General Internal Medicine
 
Managed Care Backlash:Paul B. Ginsburg October 1999
Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law
 
The Dynamics of Market Level ChangePaul B. Ginsburg April 1997
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
 
Rate Setting and Health Maintenance OrganizationsPaul B. Ginsburg Fall 1996
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
 
Managed Care and Physicians' Provision of Charity CarePeter J. Cunningham, Joy M. Grossman, Robert F. St. Peter, Cara S. Lesser March 24-31, 1999
Journal of the American Medical Association
 
Personal, Organizational and Market Level Influences on Physicians' Practice PatternsBruce Landon, James D. Reschovsky, Marie C. Reed, David Blumenthal August 2001
Medical Care
 
Minority Physicians' Experiences Obtaining Referrals to Specialists and Hospital AdmissionsJ. Lee Hargraves, Jeffrey Stoddard, Sally Trude August 9, 2001
Medscape
 
Competition, Quality of Care and the Role of the ConsumerCatherine G. McLaughlin, Paul B. Ginsburg 1998
The Milbank Quarterly
 
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
 
Health Plans 2010:Paul B. Ginsburg September/October 1998
Today's Internist
 
Analyzing the Changing Health System: The Path Taken and the Road Beyond July 2001
2000 Annual Report
 
Navigating a Changing Health System July 2002
2001 Annual Report
 
The Community Snapshots Project 1995
Albuquerque, N.M.
 
The Community Snapshots Project 1995
Boston, Mass.
 
       

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