State regulation of managed care: Fragments of reform

Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 7 (4):345-351 (1997)
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: State legislatures consider numerous bills to regulate managed care organizations. After identifying the legal, political, and economic barriers to state reform efforts, the paper assesses recent types of state regulation, particularly mandated benefits and disclosure requirements. Two prerequisites to future reform, coalition building and the diffusion of information about managed care, are analyzed

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