Industry and HMOs: A Natural Alliance - Springer Series on Industry and Health Care 5 by Richard H. Egdahl
This fifth issue in the health care industry chain takes a rapid course through only unexpected and partially planned waters. The series as a whole has begun to explore the…
Industry and HMOs synopsis
This fifth issue in the health care industry chain takes a rapid course through only unexpected and partially planned waters. The series as a whole has begun to explore the role of industry as a potential agent for change in the health care system and for cartography that may lead to cost control.
One possible look is now efforts to broadcast some competition in the health care industry through organized care systems, known as patient funds. Health maintenance organizations, especially the fee-for-service group known as the Investment Promotion Agencies (individual practice associations), were among the special aspects of the Industry andHealth Care Center, where a national IP database is being created.
With the assistance of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Center's identity with patient funds, together with its focus on industry and healthcare, has provided us with extraordinary insight into the emerging institutional thinking about the benefits and disadvantages of the health care institution's care.
We are grateful for these opportunities and for the friends we have partnered with in this industry. This series relies heavily on this experience.
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