Managed Care and Changing Health Care Markets
Michael A. Morrisey
AEI Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 201 pages
This volume analyzes the use of managed care by employers, the effects of managed care on providers, and antitrust implications of the changing market structure. It offers some observations on the changing American health- care market and the implications of these changes on health policy issues.
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INTRODUCTION Michael A Morrisey
THE EFFECTS OF HORIZONTAL HOSPITAL MERGERS
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