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Managed care: the takeover of medicine by commercial interest

Robert F McCauley, Eugene D Robin


Abstract

The economic basis of health care is undergoing revolutionary change. The US is progressively converting from a system based on fee for service to a system based on so-called managed care. As is often true, changes in basic economic approaches usually result in changes in medical practice as well as changes elsewhere in society.

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