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Improving quality, controlling costs: the role of managed care. Pennsylvania Medical Society Council on Medical Economics


, : Improving quality, controlling costs: the role of managed care. Pennsylvania Medical Society Council on Medical Economics. Pennsylvania Medicine 96(6): 20-23

Recognizing the importance of managed care concepts in the nationwide debate on health system reform, the State Society's Council on Medical Economics has compiled a discussion draft of the Society's positions on "The Role of Managed Care in Improving Quality and Controlling Health Expenditures," excerpted here. In addition to members' comments, the Society is soliciting comments from health caregivers, legislators, regulators, labor, business, insurers, and most importantly patients. Members may obtain a free copy of the complete draft by calling the Society's Department of Media Relations at (800) 228-7823. Direct any written comments to the Society's Division of Communications and Public Affairs.

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