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Curing managed care. With costs rising and patients rebelling, the prognosis for HMOs isn't so good. Can a Wall Street whiz restore Aetna's health?


, : Curing managed care. With costs rising and patients rebelling, the prognosis for HMOs isn't so good. Can a Wall Street whiz restore Aetna's health?. Time 155(24): 44-45


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